Recreational hunting in New Zealand : perspectives and a proposal : a dissertation in part fullfilment [sic] for a Diploma of Parks and Recreation Management, Lincoln College
This paper is in three sections. The first section examines the evolution of New Zealander's attitudes to the wild animal resource in New Zealand and the implications to recreational hunting in New Zealand. Section Two examines economic characteristics of recreational hunting and some economic "tools" for evaluating benefits from recreation. Section Three deals with a proposal that the Fallow Herd in North Westland be investigated as a Recreational Hunting Area (RHA.)
Keywordsrecreational hunting; hunting; wild animal resource; recreational benefits; recreational hunting area
Fields of Research160402 Recreation, Leisure and Tourism Geography; 050211 Wildlife and Habitat Management
Access RightsThis digital dissertation can be viewed only by current staff and students of Lincoln University.
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