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Native New Zealand Birds

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FROM a scientific point of view it is of so much importance that native New Zealand birds should be protected that many naturalists will read with interest the following memorandum, which was drawn up by Lord Onslow, the late Governor of New Zealand, and presented to both Houses of the General Assembly by command of his Excellency:—

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    This has been done: vide New Zealand Gazette of February 25, 1892, page 402.

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ONSLOW Native New Zealand Birds. Nature 46, 502–503 (1892). https://doi.org/10.1038/046502a0

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