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div>A large part of the Department’s work involves managing Crown-owned conservation land (which comprises over a third of New Zealand’s land area) and protecting and rehabilitating endangered indigenous species and habitats. Most wild introduced animals in New Zealand are considered pests to the Department of Conservation due to their negative impact on the native ecosystem. index include possums, cats, dogs, rats and stoats. Another example of pests includes Kawau Island wallabies, Kaimanawa horses and deer.
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Hunting in New Zealand is a way of getting outdoors surrounded by stunning scenery and helping with the conservation effort in New Zealand. When we pesky humans started migrating to New Zealand, we introduced a whole bunch of species that are a pest to the natural ecological environment, as well as farming and forestry. With no natural predators to these game species in New Zealand, there is a vast amount of game to hunt in New Zealand.
The National Park Service established by the Act "shall promote and regulate the use of the Federal areas known as national parks, monuments, and reservations hereinafter specified by such means and measures as conform to the fundamental purpose of the said parks, monuments, and reservations, which purpose is to
You can find some of the most remote hunting locations in the North Island’s forested Manawatu-Whanganui region. Fallow deer, wild pigs and goats can be hunted with Remote Adventures near Waitotara.
Through protecting and maintaining New Zealand's natural heritage, and ensuring more people get outdoors, the Department of Conservation (DOC) aims to make New Zealand the greatest living space on Earth. The Department of Conservation is the government agency tasked with conserving New Zealand’s natural and historic heritage. The methods of achieving these goals have resulted in controversy, where some people claim that the Department of Conservation is overly biased towards environmentalists at the expense of New Zealand's economy.
Explore these themes from Sections on the home page. Parks & recreation will list the National Parks and Marine Reserves where wildlife and nature are protected.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is one of the largest global organisations whose mission it is to conserve nature and wildlife. In New Zealand their priority is to look after marine animals especially those on the brink of extinction, eg Māui Dolphin. New Zealand has a unique environment that has evolved over millions of years. It has species of insects, birds, animals and flora that is not seen in any other part of the world. The websites below explore our environment and some different aspects of conservation.
Delve into the Fiordland National Park from Te Anau via jet boat with FishJet for guided fishing and hunting. Visit one of New Zealand's 13 national parks and marvel at the diverse, natural scenery. Or put on your hiking boots and explore vast wilderness areas with a variety of walks and hikes, from