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I have just published the NEW ZEALAND - GAME BIRD HABITAT STAMP CATALOGUE 1994 – 2021.
It is a A4 spiral bound book with 60 colour pages filled with illustrations and information about every game bird stamp ever issued up to 2021.
The New Zealand Game Bird Habitat Trust, established under the 1953 Wildlife Act, exists primarily to improve New Zealand game bird habitat, and secondarily to improve the habitat for other wildlife. The key purpose of the Game Bird Habitat Trust Board is to distribute funding for the development and enhancement of wetland habitat for the benefit of game birds and other wetland inhabitants.
The New Zealand Fish and Game Council commenced issuing $10 license stamps in 1994. The stamp is affixed to the game bird hunter's license thus validating the license for the current year. $2 of the license fee goes towards establishment and protection of Game Bird Habitats. The stamps and related products such as miniature sheets and First Day Covers are also marketed by NZ Post with funding received going back to the Habitat Trust.
This book covers the game bird stamps and all collector items for the year 1994 through 2021.
You can see more on my website including a sample and order as well: https://sites.google.com/view/nz-philatelic-publications/game-bird-habitat-stamps
(All prices are in NZD)
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