Cam Speedy talking to a group of people.

Would you like helpful advice for improving predator control in your project or community group? Join us for a presentation and Q&A session with Cam Speedy, a seasoned wildlife biologist with over 40 years of experience in ecosystem management.

Cam’s top tip for effective predator control is “attention to detail.” He’ll draw from his wealth of experience to offer insights that can enhance the effectiveness of your efforts. It’s crucial to ensure that the equipment you deploy engages with pests effectively, as simply having gear out there that pests don’t interact with poses a growing challenge. We can’t afford to overlook this hurdle if we aim to achieve a predator free New Zealand by 2050.

At this time, we do not have any events scheduled.

However, we are dedicated to fostering community engagement and driving the collective effort towards our goal of making New Zealand predator free by 2050.

To achieve this, the Trust organises workshops and seminars tailored for communities, schools, and businesses.

These events aim to raise awareness, provide valuable insights, and equip participants with the knowledge and skills needed to contribute to predator eradication.

We encourage you to keep a close eye on this page as we frequently update it with information about upcoming events.

Together, let’s work towards creating a thriving ecosystem for future generations.