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Re: WAPITI BLOCKS resource people
Reply #54 - Nov 6th, 2016 at 4:46pm
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bin huntin wrote on Nov 5th, 2016 at 6:11pm:
joksax?? poor block u best to take fishing rod and catch a few cod down the beach

Cheers might hand it back then Roll Eyes
  
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Re: WAPITI BLOCKS resource people
Reply #55 - Jan 14th, 2017 at 5:47pm
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Hi have drawn the Charles block second period any info would be much appreciated thanks!
  
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Re: WAPITI BLOCKS resource people
Reply #56 - Feb 14th, 2017 at 3:42pm
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Hey guys, not a lot of info on the Large Burn which we have third period. Anything would be appreciated.

A couple of guys have told us not to waste our time.

But I heard a nice hybrid came out of there last bugle.
  
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Re: WAPITI BLOCKS resource people
Reply #57 - Feb 24th, 2017 at 5:47pm
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If anybody is interested, I created an interactive map where you can see the various wapiti blocks and change basemaps (topo 1:50k, topo 1:250k, satellite, etc). You can also turn on a 'wilderness area' layer to see which blocks this affects.

Check it out here: www.isaacbain.co.nz/fiordland-wapiti-blocks

And I have some other maps here that you may find interesting. Including the results of a kea sightings project between the FWF and Kea conservation trust for the fiordland area. www.isaacbain.co.nz/maps.html

If you have any suggestions on what would be useful additions to the map, please let me know. Or if there is another map you'd like to see created that you can find anywhere else, also let me know - assuming there is data for it!

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