Current status of Te Urewera Mainland Island in northern Te Urewera
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From: S June
Dear Department of Conservation,
The Te Urewera Mainland Island in northern Te Urewera was established by the Department and Ngai Tūhoe in 1996 as an ecosystem recovery project. Rare kōkako, kiwi and whio live here. In recent years no information has been publicly available on the success of the project.
My questions are:
1. What reports on the project have been received by the Department in recent years?
2. How much financial support per annum does the Department currently provide for the project?
3. How many departmental staff currently assist with the project?
4. When was the last census of kōkako and kiwi populations taken within the project area, and what are the results?
From: Government Services
Department of Conservation
Dear S June
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