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Dr. Brett Gartrell

Associate Professor

Massey University

Direct Phone: +64 *-*** **** ext. ****       

Email: b***@***.nz

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The Coastal-Marine Research Group (C-MRG) is established under the auspices of the Institute of Natural and Mathematical Sciences (INMS) at Massey University, Albany, New Zealand. Our team of staff and postgraduate students undertake marine ecological res ... more

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New Zealand Wildlife Health Centre

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Simcro answers Rena Wildlife Rescue Centre call for help | Simcro [cached]

A Little Blue Penguin has bloods taken by Dr Brett Gartrell of the Massey University Wildlife Centre and Vet Technician Pauline Conayne also of Massey University Wildlife Centre using Simcro-donated supplies.

Global Flyway Network Australia | Shorebird ecological demographics and conservation [cached]

The birds to be implanted with PTTs were captured using cannon nets and, following surgery, performed with great expertise by veterinarians Dan Mulcahy of USGS and Brett Gartrell of Massey University, New Zealand, the birds were released 2-3 hours later.

To the highly skilled Vets Dan Mulcahy and Brett Gartrell.

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Associate Professor Brett Gartrell, the co-director of New Zealand's only dedicated wildlife hospital, Wildbase at Massey University, says the Wellington approach to wild cats runs counter to...

Dr Brett Gartrell, director ... [cached]

Dr Brett Gartrell, director of the Wildbase Hospital at Massey University, where Victory recovered, said around 40 injured adult yellow-eyeds had been rescued and taken to clinics around the country since summer.

That amount was especially worrying given many of the penguins were from a local population of just a few hundred, which is itself a large chunk of the rare species' total numbers, between 6000 and 7000.
The nature of the lacerations - Victory suffered a nasty gash to the bone stretching from foot to leg - suggested barracuda were to blame.
"Penguin skin is quite tough and the only thing the guys down south think could do this is the really sharp teeth of the barracuda," Dr Gartrell said.
"It's always good to get these little guys away," said Dr Gartrell, whose team has suffered its own bites - from the penguins.

December | 2011 | the sweetest perfection [cached]

Massey University's Dr Brett Gartrell said seals varied in personality and some could be very curious creatures.

He knew of cases in Napier where the city's Marineland staff had been called to seals at waterfront residences.

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