• Changing Attitudes Towards Kea - Conflict to Co-existence 

      Orr-Walker, Tamsin; Roberts, Lorne (Unitec Institute of Technology, 2013)
      Condemned as a sheep killer from the mid 1800’s, the kea population was reduced by an estimated 150,000 during a legal government bounty until partial protection in the early 1970’s. Now numbering fewer than 5,000 they are ...
    • Community Development and Social Work : the Unitec “Recipe”. 

      Matthewson, Peter; Hughes, Catherine; McNabb, David; Kuruvila, A.; Roberts, Lorne (2015-02)
      Unitec has in recent years been unique among Social Work qualifications in New Zealand, in that the Bachelor of Social Practice degree has offered a major specialisation in Community Development. Title Social Practice ...
    • Integrated conservation : the insitu/exsitu bridge 

      Roberts, Lorne (2017-04)
       Conservation based themed exhibits  Interpretation and engagement  Education programmes  Associate shops and catering facilities with conservation programmes  Raise funds to support field conservation projects ...
    • Nurturing Collaboration:Conservation Outcomes for Kea 

      Roberts, Lorne; Orr-Walker, Tamsin; Adams, Nigel; Kemp, Joshua R. (2013)
      Abstract: In 2009, the first in-situ kea population survey trials began under the coordination of the Kea Conservation Trust in partnership with Department of Conservation (DOC). Early census results from Nelson Lakes ...
    • Nurturing Collaboration:Conservation Outcomes for Kea 

      Roberts, Lorne; Orr-Walker, Tamsin; Adams, Nigel; Kemp, Joshua R. (Zoo and Aquarium Association NZ Branch, 2013)
      In 2009, the first in-situ kea population survey trials began under the coordination of the Kea Conservation Trust in partnership with Department of Conservation (DOC). Early census results from Nelson Lakes showed that ...