Author Archives: Hastings Deerstalkers'
Roydhouse Pest Management Ltd – Poisoning Possum Control Operation on the Mohaka Buffer
Southland Locator Beacons Limited – Info.
Prosperity or Posterity The Future of Conservation Land – Press Release
NZ Conservation Authority – Heli-hunting letter
Heli-hunting Concession Applications
Heli-hunting Letters of Concern
NZDA – Heli-hunting Sub Committee Notice to Branches & Members
Mobile Systems – Personal Location Beacon
Roydhouse Pest Management
Kaweka Liaison Group Kaweka hunting liaison group meeting Agenda for 13th September 2011.
Roydhouse Pest Management Ltd Roydhouse Pest Management will be running a possum control operation on the contract known as Makahu Inangatahi. This contract starts at Puketitiri extending from Kaweka State Forest Park down the Mohaka River to the Inangatahi Stream … Continue reading
MSC – Arms Amendment Bill Mountain Safety Council Submission to the Law and Order Select committee regarding Arms amendment bill.
BioSecurity New Zealand – Import-Health Standard Important information in changes to MAF law affecting Mounted Game trophy heads, skulls and related products.
Updated photos and map information for Hamills Hastings / NZDA Sika stag tracking in Hawke’s Bay DOC-Hawkes Bay Sika tracking collar Info
A comprehensive information sheet relating to firearms incidents in 2010, compiled by New Zealand Mountain Safety Council. NZ Mountain Safety Firearms Incidents 2010
Full range of dates and contact information for shooting events organised by New Zealand Deerstalkers’ association for 2011/2012 NZDA National Shooting Calendar 2011-2012
Land Search and rescue is a voluntary organisation that undertakes search and rescue operations from the beach to the snowline, including urban and suburban environments. A high level of physical fitness and outdoors skills are required. This management team is … Continue reading
ER emergency food bar information from stockaid with 3600 calories per pack. Stockaid – Energy Food Rations
New Zealand Mountain Safety Council Media Release Mountain Safety Council warns duck hunters to avoid alcohol when shooting. The duck season starts on the first Saturday of May and forty thousand passionate duck shooters will head off to their maimais … Continue reading