October 23, 2018 by
bird survey, climate change, Funding, Newsletters, Rangitata River, Waiau River, wrybill
Kia ora, Just a reminder that our next meeting, will be 2-5pm, Thursday 22 November, at the DOC offices, Nga Mahi Rd Sockburn (the venue was unavailable on Friday, I’m afraid). What does climate change mean for braided rivers? The latest IPCC summary report (or see the full report) released earlier this month paints a […]
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September 6, 2018 by
Ashburton, Ashley, banded dotterel, bird survey, Black-billed gull, Department of Conservation, DOC, ECan, Events, feral cats, Makarora, Newsletters, Waiau River, wrybill
Greetings, The date for our next meeting, which will also be our AGM, has been changed. It will now be 2-5pm, Wednesday 26 September, at the DOC offices, Ngai Mahi Rd Sockburn. Please also note that the annual membership fee of $20.00 is due on this date. Calling all North Canterbury trappers! Conservation week is […]
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August 30, 2018 by
Ashley, Canterbury Water Management Strategy, ECan, Land & Water Regional Plan, NIWA, Waiau River
Do you live or farm beside a braided river? A key issue in determining how braided rivers are managed, is trying to figure out the boundary between ‘braided river’ and ‘land’. In the most simplistic terms, this means the ability to draw a line on a map and say, inside that line is ‘braided river’ […]
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November 24, 2016 by
banded dotterel, bird survey, Black-billed gull, black-fronted terns, Clarence River, DOC, ECan, Harper River, kaki, kaki /black stilt, Newsletters, Waiau River, Waimakariri, Wilberforce River
Hello all, Firstly, please note that the next BRaid meeting his this Friday 25 November at 31 Nga Mahi Rod, Sockburn. This will be our final meeting for 2016. It’s been a disruptive couple of weeks, from coming to grips with a new world order to dealing with yet another earthquake sequence, which has also […]
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