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Te Korowai o Waiheke Hosts Elaine Murphy and John Dowding

March 17 @ 16:00 - 18:00

Te Korowai o Waiheke is pleased to be hosting Elaine Murphy and John Dowding on Monday 8th March from 4 to 6pm at the Waiheke Resources Trust. Please join us to listen to their informative presentations and enjoy a chance to ask questions over light refreshments.

Elaine will cover recent research on stoat control, the difference between eradication and control and methods that can be used to eradicate stoats.
John will focus on native birds that stoats like to target and why it is so important to protect them. He will talk about the recent shoreplover kills on Motutapu Island and susceptible shore birds on Waiheke Island.

Elaine Murphy – Principal Scientist, Department of Conservation (DOC) and Science Advisor to Zero Invasive Predators (ZIP). Her research focuses on improving control methods for invasive mammals and involves toxicology, ecology, island biosecurity & genetics.

John Dowding – DM Consultants; undertakes research on New Zealand wildlife and uses the results of this and related research to provide science-based advice to conservation managers and others.

Details

Date:
March 17
Time:
16:00 - 18:00
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Organiser

Te Korowai o Waiheke
Email:
info@tekorowaiowaiheke.org
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Venue

The Waiheke Sustainability Centre
Sustainability Centre, Mako Street, Oneroa, Waiheke Island
Auckland, Auckland 1081 New Zealand
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Phone:
09 372 2915

Want to Book the Sustainability Centre?
If you would like to add your event to our calendar, please get in touch with us by emailing bookings@wrt.org.nz.

The Centre has a projector, presentation space and a fully-equipped kitchen including cookeware.

The rates for using the Centre are as follows:

  • $10/hr for non-profit groups
  • $20/hr for profit groups

Please note that the Centre does not host birthday parties. Your booking must include your set up and pack down time, and you are expected to leave a tidy Centre for others.