Flagstaff - Take a lesson from the kereru

Perley, Chris
August 2004
New Zealand Tree Grower;Aug2004, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p7
Describes an experience during a visit with farm foresters to the Flagstaff Forest, a council-owned farm forest located near Dunedin, New Zealand. Presence of exotic species in the forest; Significance of the landscape for native flora and fauna; Lessons learned from the experience.


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