Monday, 10 April 2017

Letter to the Minister of Conservation

Pt England School
New Zealand

TODAY’S DATE:wed,5 apr 2017

Dear Maggie Barry, Minister of Conservation,

Hello,my name is grace and i am a year 6 at pt england school.this term we have been learning about pests and predators.

New Zealand has been geographically separated from other land masses for over 80 million years, so our native wildlife has evolved in isolation and in the absence of land mammals.

When pests and predators were introduced they took a serious toll on the survival of our native plants, birds, reptiles and invertebrates, who were ill equipped to deal with the threat

Pests such as possums, rats and stoats compete with our native birdlife for food and habitat. They also eat the eggs and young and attack the adults.

This is what we learnt with our teacher

, YOUR NAME: grace
we have learnt about pests predator attack native birds and other animals. thanks for watching please comment

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