November Club Night
Our November branch meeting is just around the corner, warm fire, veni-steak sandwiches and a few good tales! We hope you can join us!
The meeting will start from 7.30pm at the Branch club rooms at Pt Chev, our meetings theme this month is wildlife management, and who better to talk on the subject than this months speaker Cam Speedy.
7.00pm Arrival & Introduction
7.30pm approx. Branch update
7.45pm approx. Guest speaker, Cam Speedy - Wildlife Management Associates
Cam Speedy - Wildlife Management Associates, is a passionate wildlife management consultant, having dedicated much of his working life to understanding some of the complex wildlife issues unique to New Zealand. Cam enjoys sharing those lessons learned and his understanding with others and trying to make a difference – out there in the real world.
Having been training and working in the industry for the past 30 years, accumulating experience in the field and through Massey University, New Zealand Forest Service, Department of Conservation and in the private and corporate sectors have given Cam a wealth of knowledge and practical experience.
This knowledge and experience spans game, pest, threatened species and ecosystem management, related research and resource consent management.
Cam has also developed strong networks and relationships with key practitioners and stakeholders along the way. Through this unique combination of knowledge, experience, networks and relationships, Cam is an institutional heavy weight in little old NZ, having access to the best advice and services.
Wildlife Management Associates is committed to finding sustainable wildlife management solutions, to ensure your valued wildlife and natural ecosystem resources meet your aspirations and needs, now and into the future.
Join us this evening to hear Cam speaking on:
Sika Management presentation is about what the Sika Foundation is trying to achieve & why, across the Kaimanawa Kaweka Sika Range;
Whio predator trapping presentation is a summary of the first year of this project, setting up and servicing 200 A24 Goodnature gas traps in Oamaru/Kaipo rivers to protect whio
You can learn more about the Sika Foundation on their website - sikafoundation.co.nz
You can learn more about Cam and his company on his website - camspeedy.co.nz
Look forward to seeing you on the night.
Upcoming Branch Meetings and Speakers:
Next meeting: Tues, 10th December
We are in the process of finalizing the guest speakers for this year. So if you know anyone who has a good yarn please contact the committee at our email address firstname.lastname@example.org. Please let us now if the speakers are useful and themes you would like covered by future speakers.