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SCS: New Zealand Sea Lion (Phocarctos hookeri)
Dundas Island in the Auckland Islands. Over 95% of the total pup production for the species occurs in three colonies in the Auckland Islands ... 20km Marine Mammal Sanctuary around the Auckland Islands which conservation groups would like to see extended to 100km. New Zealand's subantarctic islands were granted UNESCO "World Heritage" status ...

SCS: New Zealand Fur Seal (Arctocephalus forsteri)
The Bounty Islands, southeast of the main islands, are home to the largest fur seal concentration recorded in New Zealand, with ... around the Auckland Islands, part of the New Zealand fur seal's range, which was set up primarily to protect the New Zealand sea lion (Phocarctos hookeri). New Zealand's subantarctic islands were ... More from this site

Arapawa feral pigs are somewhat larger than those from the Auckland Islands (see » Auckland Island Pigs) with shorter noses and tails. Many are an attractive tan with black ...

Auckland Island Pigs Rescue Project
Auckland Island Pigs Rescue A Rare Breeds Society Project The Auckland Islands are a group of Subantarctic islands which lie some 320 kilometres south of New Zealand – the largest being Auckland Island itself. The islands ... these has not been established but he sailed for the Auckland Islands from Hobart, Tasmania. Two members of the Auckland Island rescue team (Photo by Dave Matheson) Maoris who ... More from this site - National Parks of New Zealand - Fiordland National Park
The Fiordland crested penguin is one of the world's rarest species. They breed on islands, especially Breaksea Island. Blue penguins, the world's smallest penguin, are common in New Zealand ... , from their Antarctic breeding grounds. Hooker's sea lions, whose main colonies are on the Auckland Islands, are re-establishing themselves on mainland New Zealand, albeit in small numbers. There are an ...

Auckland Islands (New Zealand subantactic) in relation to vegetation changes induced by man. New Zealand Journal of Botany, 15, 221-253. Rudge, M. R., 1986. Report on a Visit to Auckland Islands 29 January - 5 February 1986 (19 pages). Sherley, G. H. 1988. The feral goats of Auckland Islands National Reserve: some observations from a field trip ... - The Auckland Region: Nature and Environment
AUCKLAND Highlight feature captions with your mouse, then click to access information Interactive panoramic views: Isthmus and volcanoes - Harbours THE LAND Presentation Volcanoes Waitakere Ranges Hunua Ranges Coast & harbours Islands ...

Nature & Co New Zealand - Physical geography of Auckland: Presentation
Auckland Volcanic Field it is made of basalt, and includes small volcanoes (Red Hill), explosion craters (Pukekohe East Crater), and lava flows (the Bombay Hills). Of all the islands within ... a selected bibliography: click here BOOKS about the Auckland Region BUY NATURAL PRODUCTS from the Auckland Region TRAVEL & ADVENTURE in the Auckland Region Nature sightseeing in the Waitakere Ranges: native ... More from this site

Cooperative Islands Initiative
Islands Initiative . . THE COOPERATIVE ISLANDS INITIATIVE The Cooperative Initiative on Invasive Alien Species on Islands (“The Cooperative Islands Initiative” or CII) was launched in 2002 following calls from countries with islands ... establish the programme based at the ISSG’s headquarters at the University of Auckland. The CII is a global initiative. With requests from Pacific countries for ...

Cooperative Islands Initiative
Islands Initiative . . CONTACTS Alan Saunders - Programme Director - Souad Boudjelas - Programme Manager - Bill Nagle - Project Coordinator - w.nagle@auckland ... More from this site

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