TTC Social Club Committee Roster
Tuesdays 30 January - 31 July 2018
|13 Feb||Jan||Jan||Hera||Club Survey|
|27 Feb||Annabelle||Lynne||Muriel||New Members Night|
|29 May||Lynne||Lynne||Muriel||Snow and Ski|
|19 June||Helen||ALL||Lynne||Quiz Night|
Aerial 1080 operations are subject to significant controversy, with claims that forests fall silent following drops.
Roald Bomans used bioacoustics, a developing area in ecology, to monitor native bird species in the Remutaka and Aorangi Ranges.
He investigates this claim over the aerial 1080 operations and presents his methods and results.
Roald is the first recipient of the Michael Taylor Bequest Study Grant.
As a travel destination that promised adventure and the challenge of unclimbed peaks, New Zealand in the late 19th and early 20th centuries attracted some intrepid and colourful personalities. Cindy Jemmett looks at what drew four early tourists to the Southern Alps, their experiences, and their contribution to a growing tourism in the mountains.