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Centre for Wildlife Management and Conservation

The Centre for Wildlife Management and Conservation (CWMC) vision is for increased recovery of native biodiversity.

Research at the Centre is providing new, effective and humane tools and techniques for reducing populations of invasive mammalian pest species and for monitoring biodiversity increase.
The Centre contributes to the creation of sustainable environmental, social and economic outcomes in the field of conservation.
Through collaboration with communities, Māori, pest control practitioners and research partners, they provide international leadership in the development of innovative pest management tools and strategies to enhance conservation efforts both within New Zealand and internationally.
The multidisciplinary CWMC team and collaborators includes experts in animal ecology, wildlife management, pharmacology, toxicology and design engineering.
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Dr James Ross
Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences
+64 3 423 0752

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