• Breeding biology of laughing kookaburra (Dacelo novaeguinea) in New Zealand 

      Perrott, John (2011)
      In the last year we have identified six nesting areas from which we have collected nest debris and behavioural observations. From this data we have identified all animal remains within the debris. In addition, we identified ...
    • Prevalence of internal parasites of Oligosoma infrapunctatum on Mokoia Island 

      Schragen, Sabina; Perrott, John (2011-01-01)
      One five day trip to Mokoia Island was planned for December 2010 and successfully completed in this research period. We were able to catch 30 skinks and collect two faecal samples. However, because of heavy rain we were ...
    • Status of the spotted shag (Stictocarbo punctatus) in the Hauraki Gulf 

      Galbraith, Mel (2012)
      This project studied aspects of the population of spotted shag (Stictocarbo punctatus) that is considered to be in decline in the Hauraki Gulf. The aim of the project was to initiate an update of population data, a necessary ...
    • Threats to seabirds of northern Aotearoa New Zealand 

      Whitehead, E.A.; Adams, Nigel; Baird, K.A.; Bell, E.A.; Borelle, S.B.; Dunphy, B.J.; Gaskin, C.P.; Landers, T.J.; Rayner, M.J.; Russell, J.C. (Northern New Zealand Seabird Trust, 2019-05)
      This report aims to assess current and emerging threats to seabirds in Northern New Zealand, particularly the wider Hauraki Gulf region, and to identify knowledge gaps. In doing so, both research and conservation action ...
    • The vulnerability of skinks to predation by introduced mongoose in the Fiji Islands 

      Morley, Craig G.; Winder, Linton (Pacific Science Association (University of Hawaii), 2015)
      Skinks are successful colonisers and are commonly found throughout the Pacific islands, but, the presence of introduced predators such as mongoose are known to threaten their survival. The two most abundant skinks found ...