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Beekeeping and conservation values of protected natural areas. A contract report (Project 853) for the Department of Conservation

, : Beekeeping and conservation values of protected natural areas. A contract report (Project 853) for the Department of Conservation. Wildlife Management Report University of Otago ( 51): 166 pp.

The New Zealand Department of Conservation (DOC) has adopted a flexible policy to beekeeping in conservation areas. Interim guidelines allow hive stocking rates of up to 30 hives per site at sites at least 1.6 km apart. A survey showed that only 2036 hives are kept in protected natural areas in New Zealand and there is little demand for establishing new apiary sites in these areas.

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