Pelagic birdlife in relation to predator control and tourism: a case study of penguins in Banks Peninsula New Zealand
This report aims to examine and identify the outcomes of the Wildside project on Banks Peninsula in the Canterbury region of South Island of New Zealand. Penguins in Flea Bay are the focus of this study and the objective is to identify and assess the success of predator control program in relation to an increase in the number of penguins and boost in tourism on Banks Peninsula. This study was part of the requirements of a research methods course at Lincoln University.
Keywordstourism; predator control; Banks Peninsula; Flea Bay; Wildside Project; penguin conservation
Fields of Research050211 Wildlife and Habitat Management; 1506 Tourism
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