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Provides links to resources in New Zealand with an interest in the prevention, control, or eradication of invasive species.

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New Zealand to be Predator Free by 2050 (Jul 25, 2016)
New Zealand Government.
Prime Minister John Key has today announced the Government has adopted the goal of New Zealand becoming Predator Free by 2050. "While once the greatest threat to our native wildlife was poaching and deforestation it is now introduced predators," Mr Key says. These introduced pests also threaten our economy and primary sector, with their total economic cost estimated at around $3.3 billion a year. "That’s why we have adopted this goal. Our ambition is that by 2050 every single part of New Zealand will be completely free of rats, stoats and possums."

Little Squirts that Hang Out Around the Coast (Feb 12, 2013)
National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research.
NIWA has created a new, colourful and intuitive guide to sea squirts found around New Zealand coasts and ports. Packed with photographs of 28 species, the guide is geared towards easy identification of sea squirts in the field and is a useful tool for keen underwater observers. The guide includes some of the recently arrived invasive species of sea squirt that have colonised our ports and harbours, as well as many benign native species. It covers species we're already aware of, so if you spot what you believe is a new one, please let the Ministry for Primary Industries know on their freephone 0800 80 99 66.

International Government

Biosecurity
Auckland Council.

Marine Invaders
Encyclopedia of New Zealand.

Pest Management
Environment Bay of Plenty Regional Council.

Plants and Animal Pests
Environment Canterbury Regional Council.

Biosecurity New Zealand
Government of New Zealand.

Pest Plants and Pest Animals
Greater Wellington Regional Council.

Ecological Pests and Invasive Plants and Animals
Marlborough District Council.

Pests and Threats
New Zealand Department of Conservation.

Northland Regional Pest Management Strategies
Northland Regional Council.
Note (5/18/16): Council has resolved to extend the expiry date of the Regional Pest Management Strategies 2010-2015. All parts of the strategies remain operative and the strategies will now expire on 20 July 2017.

Plant and Animal Pests
Waikato Regional Council. Environment Waikato.

Academic

New Zealand Weeds
University of New Zealand. Massey University.

Professional

Vertebrate Pests and Weeds
Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research.

Exotic Plants
New Zealand Plant Conservation Network.

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