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An end to tenure review is a vital reprieve for some of New Zealand’s most endangered species, says Forest & Bird.
Four endangered NZ sea lions have been killed in commercial fishing nets in one week, making this the third day in a row endangered animals have been confirmed dead at the hands of the commercial fishing industry.
Forest & Bird is appalled to learn that five critically threatened Antipodean albatross have died in a single long lining incident, only 24 hours after revelations that four endangered Hectors dolphins were killed in a trawl net.
The death of four Hector’s dolphins in fishing nets in December shows why fishing boats need cameras, says Forest & Bird.
A letter from fishing industry heavyweights to Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash reveals the extent of pressure to prevent cameras on boats, at the same time the industry was running an advertising campaign promising greater transparency.
Forest & Bird says the public has a chance to tell the Government to sort out the fishing industry in a consultation process announced by the Minister of Fisheries today.
To mark World Wetlands Day (February 2), Forest & Bird is releasing aerial images of wetlands disappearing on private land at an alarming rate.
Forest & Bird says the SPCA’s statement calling for 1080 to be banned shows a naïve failure to understand how nature works in the wild, and they will be seeking a meeting with the organisation to discuss its position.
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