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  • #14206

    Jacqui
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    Hi all

    Here is a list of the suburbs (and postcodes) of those people who hare requested tags. They are sorted in postcode order, so you might find that some in urban areas are sorted differently from people near you geographically.

    Some may not be using the tags, it’s something we don’t monitor, but please feel free to email me, jacqui@monarch.org.nz, if you would like your contact details passed on to someone else in your area or an area of interest.

    Whangarei 101

    Waimate North RD3 Kerikeri 293

    Torbay North Shore 603

    Cnr Shaw/West Coast Road WAITAKERE CITY 604

    Titirangi WAITAKERE CITY 604

    Ranui Waitakere City 612

    Massey Auckland, 0614 614

    West Harbour Auckland 618

    Forrest Hill North Shore City 620

    North Shore Auckland 629

    Birkenhead North Shore 630

    Browns Bay Auckland 630

    Milford North Shore 741

    Birkenhead NORTH SHORE CITY 746

    RD3, Albany Auckland 793

    Helensville Auckland 800

    RD 2 Wellsford 972

    Pt Chevalier Auckland 1022

    helensville auckland 1024

    Mt Albert AUCKLAND 1025

    Mt Roskill Auckland 1041

    Hillsborough Auckland 1041

    Remuera Auckland 1050

    Ellerslie Auckland 1051

    Onehunga Auckland 1061

    St Johns Park Auckland 1071

    Glendowie Auckland 1071

    Glendowie Auckland 1071

    Panmure Auckland 1072

    Manukau Auckland 2014

    Howick Manukau 2014

    Howick MANUKAU CITY 2014

    Beachlands Manukau 2018

    Weymouth Manukau City 2103

    Pukekohe Auckland 2120

    Pukekohe 2120

    Pukekohe Franklin 2120

    Glenbrook RD1 Waiuku 2681

    wAIUKU wAIUKU 2681

    Rotokawa Road, RD4 Rotorua 3074

    Bethlehem Tauranga 3110

    Tauranga Bay of Plenty 3110

    Pillans Point Tauranga 3110

    Greerton TAURANGA 3112

    Omokoroa Bay of Plenty 3114

    Papamoa Tauranga 3118

    Papamoa Beach Papamoa Tauranga 3118

    Tauranga Bay of Plenty 3118

    Te Puke Bay of Plenty 3119

    Whakatane Bay of Plenty 3120

    Whakatane 3120

    Whakatane Bay of Plenty 3120

    Whakatane Bay of Plenty 3120

    Edgecumbe Bay of Plenty 3120

    kawerau kawerau 3127

    Katikati Tauranga 3166

    Kawerau Bay of Plenty 3169

    Te Puna R.D.2 Tauranga 3172

    RD2 Kati ati 3178

    Whakatane Bay of Plenty 3191

    RD1 Whakatane 3191

    Waihau Bay RD3 Opotiki 3199

    St. Andrews Hamilton 3200

    Maeroa Hamilton 3200

    Glenview Hamilton 3206

    Flagstaff Hamilton 3210

    Flagstaff Hamilton 3210

    Hamilton 3210

    Chartwell Hamilton 3210

    Hamilton East Hamilton 3216

    Hillcrest Hamilton 3216

    Hamilton 3216

    Ngaruawahia Ngaruawahia 3270

    Pukawa Bay RD1 Turangi 3381

    Tokoroa 3420

    Cambridge. 3432

    RD2 Waihi 3682

    Te Awamutu Waikato 3800

    Te Awamutu 3800

    Kihikihi Te Awamutu 3800

    Gisborne 4010

    Kaiti Gisborne 4010

    Makaraka Gisborne 4010

    Gisborne EASTLAND 4010

    Rua Street GISBORNE 4040

    Waerenga Heka GISBORNE 4071

    Clive Napier 4102

    Naper HAWKES BAY 4110

    tamatea napier 4112

    Flaxmere Hastings 4120

    Raureka Hastings 4120

    Hastings Hawkes Bay 4122

    Havelock North 4130

    RD1 NAPIER 4181

    Mahora Hastings 4201

    RD 2 Takapau 4287

    Fitzroy New Plymouth 4312

    Waitara Taranaki 4320

    RD 3 New Plymouth 4373

    Palmerston North 4410

    Milson Palmerston North 4414

    opunake taranaki 4681

    Marton Rangitikei 4710

    Kimbolton 4744

    lower hutt wellington 5011

    Epuni Lower Hutt 5011

    Trentham Upper Hutt 5018

    Camborne Plimmerton 5026

    Raumati Beach 5032

    Raumati Beach Wellington 5032

    Raumati Kapiti Coast 5032

    Levin 5510

    RD2 OTAKI 5582

    Featherston WAIRARAPA 5710

    Carterton 5713

    Masterton,5810 Wairarapa 5810

    Thorndon Wellington 6011

    Karori Wellington 6012

    Miramar Wellington 6022

    Miramar Wellington 6022

    Nelson 7010

    Nelson 7010

    Nelson 7010

    Atawhai NELSON 7010

    Tahunanui Nelson 7011

    Stoke Nelson 7011

    Richmond Nelson 7020

    Richmond Nelson 7020

    Richmond NELSON 7020

    The Glen Nelson 7071

    Upper Moutere Nelson 7081

    Rd 1 Richmond Nelson 7081

    Brightwater Tasman District 7091

    Blenheim Marlborough 7201

    picton 7220

    RD 2 KAIAPOI 7692

    Ashburton 7700

    Ashburton 7700

    Ashburton 7700

    Timaru 7910

    Watlington Timaru 7910

    Waimate South Canterbury 7978

    Cashmere Christchurch 8022

    Christchurch 8023

    Barrington Christchurch 8024

    Upper Riccarton Christchurch 8041

    Christchurch 8051

    Redwood Christchurch 8052

    Bexley Christchurch 8061

    Wainoni CHRISTCHURCH 8061

    Mt Pleasant Christchurch 8081

    Under the privacy laws, we are not able to disclose to you the details of the other party – and they may choose not to contact you, but here’s hoping.

    Let me know if you’d like to email the other person(s).

    Cheers

    Jacqui

    PS Oh, and the data is correct as of now, it’s always changing.

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  • #24556

    Jacqui
    Moderator

    Brilliant, Darren! This is very exciting… and I think you’re having fun too. 🙂

    #24553

    Darren
    Participant

    Here is a map showing the recovered tags as of 11/6/10
    the gps co-ordinates were rounded to 2 decimal places for privacy.
    http://mapalist.com/Public/pm.aspx?mapid=109692

    The is the same data represented using gpsVizualizer, using different sized coloured circles to represent numbers of butterflies.
    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=327629&l=ba5da6075d&id=100000477550786

    The advantage of mapalist is that it can automatically update data from a google docs spreadsheet. But it can also zoom in and show you the tagger’s garden if we don’t take precations.

    GPS Vizualizer generates a map but it doesn’t have the zoom function, so no privacy issues, and I think it looks prettier. It won’t automatically update but it could be a good way to represent data in a final report.

    #24549

    Charlotte
    Participant

    HI Darren,

    Very interesting once I sussed out where you had placed me.
    Very good to see where the people are placed who are tagging butterflies this year.
    Well done!

    Cheers
    Char

    #24548

    Darren
    Participant

    I cut the above list and pasted it into MapAList. The result is visible here:
    http://mapalist.com/Public/pm.aspx?mapid=109688

    Obviously it would work better with street addresses or gps co-ordinates, but then we wouldn’t want it *too* accurate.

    #23945

    Nic
    Participant

    Oh!! Alison! The Puke Hill school has just put in a butterfly garden, you can see it as you drive along Ward St. I’ll start educating the teachers there 🙂
    Nic

    #23944

    Nic
    Participant

    Hey Alison, I tagged my first butterfly the other day and am crossing fingers for many more. I am away for 4 days next week and my biggest worry is how many butterflies I will miss!

    Nic

    #23940

    Alison
    Participant

    Our local Mitre 10 has a gardening newsletter – I will contact them to see if we can add something on tagging.

    #23938

    Darren
    Participant

    some good tips on communicating with the media on this site
    http://www.maxim.org.nz/index.cfm/Take_Action/Communicate_through_the_media

    #23926

    Charlotte
    Participant

    Will see what I can do;-)

    Cheers
    Char

    #23923

    Jacqui
    Moderator

    Those mainstream papers haven’t been very good at picking up on the stories I’ve been sending out – but there’s no reason why you couldn’t try your letter again, Char.

    I don’t think the flyers in the garden centres is workable: there are so many things on display around the check-outs. They’re very busy. Thinking of Kings they have a range of flyers/brochures around their check out and you don’t see people stopping to pick them up. Of course, there’s also the printing cost.

    But feel free to send your letter to TVNZ, TV3 etc too – you never know. Even if they get the same email/letter from several people. You never know when they are looking for something to fill in a spot – it just needs to arrive on the desk at the right time, and appeal to that person who sees it.

    J.

    #23922

    Charlotte
    Participant

    Great news Jacqui. The story in the paper was worthwhile.
    Could we try the Herald, Sunday News or Sunday papers?

    What about garden centres for a flyer?

    Cheers
    Char

    #23920

    Jacqui
    Moderator

    More taggers enrolled today – Waterview (Auckland), Bucklands Beach and Nawton (Hamilton). First two from the publicity in Auckland suburban newspapers.

    #23919

    Jean
    Participant

    Hi Rebecca
    The Brightwater school teacher photographed ‘my’ Monarch when they saw it in their butterfly garden, then all the children could study the tag number and Trust address. I’ve tried sneaking up on them when feeding but they’re just too wary and quick – even bought a butterfly net but caught only flowers! J

    #23915

    Jane
    Participant

    Thanks for the list Jacqui – the best thing about that for me is that I know I’m not the only one in my area tagging, and therefore it is worth looking out for tags because there is a slight possibility that the tags I do see are not just my ones. Like Rebecca I have got very close to some tags and just missed getting the number! Very frustrating that!

    #23905

    Alison
    Participant

    Will let you know if they need any photos, I have emailed them a few that I have taken myself – a male, a female and a tagged female.

    #23904

    Charlotte
    Participant

    Wow we really are getting the word out there.
    This is fantastic, things are really looking up for the MBNZT;-)

    Cheers
    Char

    #23903

    Jacqui
    Moderator

    That’s great, Alison. If the Franklin newspapers want a photograph, I can email them one.

    Wonderful!

    Jacqui

    #23901

    Alison
    Participant

    Have contacted the Franklin newspapers this afternoon and they are going to publish the article about tagging. Waiuku Post is going to come and see me and write an article.

    #23900

    Alison
    Participant

    Awesome Rebecca, keep your eyes peeled, we need lots of people like you.

    #23899

    Alison
    Participant

    Thanks Jacqui, that must have taken some doing. It is interesting to see who’s possibly tagging near by, and possibly get some support like I did today because of your efforts.
    So thanks again

    Alison F

    #23898

    Rebecca
    Participant

    A tagged butterfly came to my house this afternoon – at least I think it was it had a round white sticker dot on it’s outer wing. It had writing on it but it flew away as I got closer. So, if someone from Hamilton has tags like that then it was probably theirs!

    #23895

    Jean
    Participant

    Great idea Jacqui thanks. I’ve met up with 3 others (who don’t tag) thru TOS (top of the south) and the forum. Good for help and support. J

    #23894

    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hi,

    For those that want a map of th epostcode areas, go to the NZ Post website & head for the Address and Postcode Finder, select postcode & type in the code, when it gives a result, click ‘View map’. You can zoom out & see nearby areas or the whole country if you want!

    Robert.

    #23893

    Alison
    Participant

    Hi Jacqui, thanks so much for that – Nic has made contact now, so it looks like we have all 3 of the Pukekohe lot. Also, I am looking for the letter to the editor you posted a few weeks ago re tagging. Can you put the link under its own topic as I think it may have been part of another topic that is why I am having trouble finding it.

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