Birds, Beasts & Fishes

the First Hundred Years of the North Canterbury Acclimatisation Society
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Between January 1867 and March 1880, no fewer than six shipments of birds were brought from England to Canterbury. In the same period hares became established in the province and brown trout were distributed in the rivers. This is the story of acclimatisation in Canterbury.

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