The Confucius Institute at Victoria University of Wellington, invites you to the October Lecture in our 2015 Public Lecture Series CONFUCIUS, NATURE AND PANDAS TAME NATURE, WILD PEOPLE – WILDLIFE […]
Wayne Linklater makes a case for learning from African wildlife economies on World Wildlife Day 2015: http://www.stuff.co.nz/environment/66864451/the-benefits-of-rentakakapo.html.
Research from Victoria University has revealed a way to help secure the future of an endangered species of black rhinoceros in South Africa. Rosalynn Anderson-Lederer, who spent six months working […]
CBRE involved with 1080 drop decision with Project Aorangi
Black rhinos are under threat from poachers, lions and hyenas. But one small bird is looking out for them. Roan Plotz was forced to make a desperate dash up an acacia tree […]
– text re-posted from http://goo.gl/oLqL5h @ Victoria University Some of New Zealand’s most destructive pests will be under scrutiny at Victoria University of Wellington this summer, by three award-winning students. Victoria […]
Pukeko, kaka and gulls are the native bird species most likely to cause problems in New Zealand’s cities in the future, according to new research. A study from Victoria University […]