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Unique Coromandel ecosystem to be aerially poisoned

Posted by admin on October 31, 2012

By NORMAN JONES - Peninsula Press - 31/10/2012
Thousands of hectares of the ecologically sensitive Coromandel Peninsula Forest Park are be poisoned by the Department of Conservation (DoC) in an attempt to reduce possum figures they say are at an alarming level.
 
Using helicopters to drop tons the controversial killer pesticide 1080 (sodium fluoroacetate)  across 9,000 hectares of bush and peripheral land, DoC say the work is essential to bring down possum numbers threatening the region.
 

Speaking this week a DoC spokesperson said that

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From the Farm: Profit in aerial 1080 drops

Posted by admin on October 30, 2012

By Jonathan Underhill

New Zealand spends about $100 million a year on pest control programmes. The money is spent by the Animal Health Board, regional councils, Department of Conservation, forestry companies private land owners and non-governmental conservation authorities.

And it is a profitable business. The state-owned Animal Control Products Ltd made a profit of $1.26 million in the 12 months ended June 30, well above budget and down from $1.58 million a year earlier. Sales fell to $6.29 million from $7 million in 2011, when the company made a large export sale for use on Macquarie Island.

The latest

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Published: 5:46AM Friday October 19, 2012 Source: Fairfax

Stewart Island residents have two weeks to decide if they want to make the island New Zealand's first predator-free human-inhabited island. Environmental campaigner Gareth Morgan outlined his vision for the eradication

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Hunting-death sentences 'must be tougher'

Posted by admin on September 27, 2012

Stuff.co.nz - PALOMA MIGONE 27/09/2012

A Hamilton hunter who killed Lower Hutt teacher Rosemary Ives after mistaking her for a deer supports a raft of tougher penalties recommended by a coroner.

Coroner Wallace Bain today called for

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Hutt dog dies after eating 1080 bait

Posted by admin on September 18, 2012

Dominion Post - PAUL EASTON HUTT VALLEY REPORTER - 17/09/2012

A dog has died after eating 1080 poison in Kaitoke Regional Park near Upper Hutt.

The six-year-old black labrador was walking on lead with its family on a track on Sunday afternoon, where it ate a 1080 cereal bait.

It was taken to a vet after showing signs of poisoning, but died soon after.

The Greater Wellington regional council is currently warning of

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Fishing and hunting growing in popularity, study shows

Posted by admin on September 13, 2012

Los Angeles Times - 12/09/2012 -

Americans are getting out in nature in higher numbers, spending more time fishing and hunting, according to a new report from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

In 2011, 91.1 million Americans participated in

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Families pull together over hunting tragedy

Posted by admin on September 8, 2012

NZ HERALD - 2:30 PM Saturday Sep 8, 2012

Friends and family of the men involved in yesterday's hunting tragedy near Rotorua are supporting each other as they deal with the shock of the incident.

James Dodds was fatally wounded early

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Hunter tells police: I shot my friend

Posted by admin on September 7, 2012

STUFF - 07/09/2012

A man told police he had mistakenly shot his friend while hunting near Rotorua. The shooter, in his 30s, called police about 8am to

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No drama as 1080 spread

Posted by admin on August 15, 2012

By Rebekah Fraser - 15/08/2012 - Greymouth Star

A controversial aerial poison drop around the Hokitika water supply was completed yesterday, with little ado.
The Kokatahi operation saw 1080 pellets dropped over the Blue Bottle forest and the hillside adjoining the south-western side of Lake Kaniere.
Hokitika police said a number of anti-1080 protestors kept

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Illegal traps discovered in Makara bush

Posted by admin on August 7, 2012

31/07/2012 - Dominion Post

Inhumane possum traps were discovered dotted throughout a Makara forest.

A dead possum in an illegal trap dragged home by a family dog leading to the discovery of inhumane trapping on the block.

Brent Lyell Still, of Upper Hutt, was yesterday convicted of using the illegal traps.

Guy Holmes' called the SPCA after

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