Our submission on the Draft National Policy Statement for Indigenous Biodiversity…READ MORE
Our briefing to the new Minister of Conservation is available HERE.
Next Council Meeting
Friday 26 August 2022 at the North Canterbury Fish and Game Council Office, 595 Johns Rd, Harewood, Christchurch.
Our submission on DOC’s consultation to improve conservation management planning and the permissions system…READ MORE
A framework for adaptive management of wild goats, deer, wild pigs, tahr, and chamois…READ MORE
The Game Animal Council’s advice to the Department of Conservation to assist in development of the Himalayan Tahr Control Operational Plan (TCOP) 2022-2023.
A pilot management project has successfully removed 126 breeding hinds from the Lake Sumner Recreational Hunting Area (RHA). More on the project can be found here.
Our 2020-21 Annual Report is now publicly available HERE
The Game Animal Council is welcoming $30 million allocated in Budget 2022 to implementing the Aotearoa New Zealand Biodiversity Strategy: Deer Management and Goat Control…READ MORE