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The importance of birds as browsers, pollinators and seed dispersers in New Zealand forests
New Zealand's forest plants evolved in the absence of mammalian herbivores, but subject to the attentions of a variety of other animals. Insects are and probably were, the primary folivores, butExpand
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The influence of browsing by introduced mammals on the decline of north island Kokako.
Le declin de Calleas cinerea wilsoni en Nouvelle Zelande est provoque non seulement par l'exploitation des forets et l'introduction de predateurs mais aussi par l'appauvrissement de l'habitat parExpand
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Forests and Native Wildlife
This chapter describes the composition of the modern forests; the discovery of the Pureora Buried Forest and the significant information about ancient environments and extinct invertebrates itExpand
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Conflict: Protest Words to Action in the Forest 1970–78
This chapter summarises the background to the refusal of NZ Forest Service to accept the NZ Wildlife Service’s recommendations to halt logging in the parts of Pureora State Forest occupied by theExpand
Protecting the Wildlife from Introduced Predators
This chapter describes the arrival in Pureora Forest Park (PFP) of introduced predators (especially rats and stoats); the research by the Forest Bird Research Group during the logging moratorium; theExpand