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Battle for Our Birds 2016
Posted On 30/05/2016
The Department of Conservation is soon to commence a large-scale aerial 1080 campaign to control rats and stoats on Public Conservation Land in response to a beech mast event. Battle for Our Birds 2016 (BfoB2) follows a similar campaign in 2014. The GAC and NZDA are seeking hunter input to help to prioritise areas for mitigation, including areas we have not already identified. Have your say by completing the online survey.
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Bowtech coming to Advanced Archery
Posted On 30/04/2016
Advanced Archery is now the distributor for Bowtech and Diamond Archery.
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Game Animal Council Launches Online Bowhunter Safety Course in New Zealand
Posted On 18/02/2016
New Zealand hunters can now learn more about bowhunting from the comfort of home thanks to the launch of a new online bowhunter safety course at www.bowhunter-ed.com/newzealand
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My bow blew up!
Posted On 14/01/2016
So you drew back, fired the shot and your bow blew up? Take a look at this video and find out what really happened.
Read 631 times
Pineridge Archers have moved!
Posted On 23/12/2015
On December 13th Pineridge Archers held their 2016 Christmas Shoot at the fabulous new Ararimu property. The weather started out pretty badly unfortunately so there were quite a few no-shows. (never mind, more food for the hard working President, like he needs it). The showers soon stopped but the mighty December wind stayed with them for the day, making some of the open shots a real challenge. Read the full report from President Craig Burnet....
Read 383 times
Turkey Anatomy and Proper Arrow Placement
Posted On 27/05/2015
Have you ever struggled with shot placement on turkeys while bowhunting? Don't let all those feathers fool you. Check out this video brought to you by Hoyt and Gone Wild Outdoors on the anatomy and proper arrow placement in order to put more turkeys in your freezer.
Read 721 times
A NoseJammer Experience
Posted On 28/02/2015
A Nose Jammer Experience In September 2014 Kevin had these two mule deer come under his stand when elk hunting in Colorado.
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Advanced Archery has moved!
Posted On 25/09/2014
We're excited! Drum roll please.....after almost 19 years in the T.A.R.D.I.S at the bottom of the garden Advanced Archery has moved.
Read 1781 times
Straight Shooters Archery Academy Classes
Posted On 09/05/2014
Archery is the 'in thing' right now. If you've got kids running around acting out The Hunger Games, Arrow, Brave, the Hobbit or any of the many Hollywood archery themes around right now, seize the moment to get them off the couch and into a new sport! And even better, you can join in with them.
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Why ducks see electromagnetic fields and humans don't....
Posted On 28/04/2014
New developments in animal research show how ducks and other birds “see” electromagnetic fields and why humans don’t. This excerpt from a recent edition of The Economist magazine’s Science and Technology section reveals the science behind the discovery:
Read 1904 times
Battle for Our Birds 2016
Posted On 30/05/2016
The Department of Conservation is soon to commence a large-scale aerial 1080 campaign to control rats and stoats on Public Conservation Land in response to a beech mast event. Battle for Our Birds 2016 (BfoB2) follows a similar campaign in 2014. The GAC and NZDA are seeking hunter input to help to prioritise areas for mitigation, including areas we have not already identified. Have your say by completing the online survey.
Read 9 times
Bowtech coming to Advanced Archery
Posted On 30/04/2016
Advanced Archery is now the distributor for Bowtech and Diamond Archery.
Read 91 times
Game Animal Council Launches Online Bowhunter Safety Course in New Zealand
Posted On 18/02/2016
New Zealand hunters can now learn more about bowhunting from the comfort of home thanks to the launch of a new online bowhunter safety course at www.bowhunter-ed.com/newzealand
Read 270 times
My bow blew up!
Posted On 14/01/2016
So you drew back, fired the shot and your bow blew up? Take a look at this video and find out what really happened.
Read 631 times
Pineridge Archers have moved!
Posted On 23/12/2015
On December 13th Pineridge Archers held their 2016 Christmas Shoot at the fabulous new Ararimu property. The weather started out pretty badly unfortunately so there were quite a few no-shows. (never mind, more food for the hard working President, like he needs it). The showers soon stopped but the mighty December wind stayed with them for the day, making some of the open shots a real challenge. Read the full report from President Craig Burnet....
Read 383 times
Turkey Anatomy and Proper Arrow Placement
Posted On 27/05/2015
Have you ever struggled with shot placement on turkeys while bowhunting? Don't let all those feathers fool you. Check out this video brought to you by Hoyt and Gone Wild Outdoors on the anatomy and proper arrow placement in order to put more turkeys in your freezer.
Read 721 times
A NoseJammer Experience
Posted On 28/02/2015
A Nose Jammer Experience In September 2014 Kevin had these two mule deer come under his stand when elk hunting in Colorado.
Read 950 times
Advanced Archery has moved!
Posted On 25/09/2014
We're excited! Drum roll please.....after almost 19 years in the T.A.R.D.I.S at the bottom of the garden Advanced Archery has moved.
Read 1781 times
Straight Shooters Archery Academy Classes
Posted On 09/05/2014
Archery is the 'in thing' right now. If you've got kids running around acting out The Hunger Games, Arrow, Brave, the Hobbit or any of the many Hollywood archery themes around right now, seize the moment to get them off the couch and into a new sport! And even better, you can join in with them.
Read 1348 times
Why ducks see electromagnetic fields and humans don't....
Posted On 28/04/2014
New developments in animal research show how ducks and other birds “see” electromagnetic fields and why humans don’t. This excerpt from a recent edition of The Economist magazine’s Science and Technology section reveals the science behind the discovery:
Read 1904 times
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