Sometimes, when running a trap line or training new volunteers, having a set of reminders is useful. Our new checklist has streamlined the process, ensuring efficiency and safety – you can download it here, print and share it with your community, or hang it in your shed (it matches nicely with our predator control calendar).
Nearly one in four young adults in Aotearoa New Zealand are suffering from high levels of anxiety, fatigue and depression. It is a staggering number, but for many young people finding your way in life has never been easy — for one thing, there can be immense pressures to have a career sorted by the … Continue reading Inside out: Predator Free Apprentice leaves the nest
What are the top-polling political parties thinking and saying about Predator Free 2050? We reached out to them and this is what they had to say. Political parties Act Green Labour National New Zealand First Te Pāti Māori Act The ACT party recognises the challenges posed by predators to New Zealand’s natural and agricultural environments. … Continue reading What do our political parties think about Predator Free 2050?
The Trap Audit Manual provides cunning strategies and expert tips to fine-tune your trapping networks, while the Trap Build Manual equips anyone with the know-how to construct their own traps. The Predator Free Hauraki Coromandel Community Trust (PFHCCT) actively assists communities in their region to protect native species from invasive predators. PFHCCT has developed two … Continue reading Empowering communities: Unleash your community’s trapping prowess with these manuals
This annual wall planner is full of useful information to help you tailor your predator control to seasonal changes in the environment and maximise your effectiveness. Information includes what predators might be up to in your landscape at different times of the year including what trees are attractive to possums, when birds are breeding and … Continue reading A new monthly reminder: the predator control calendar you can’t do without
To get the most out of your Victor double-set, it’s all about sales and marketing. Based on the success that double-set DOC 200s have, the Victor double-set trap is specially designed to house two Victor professional rat traps. Tunnels like these are a critical part of the trapping toolkit – keeping traps away from native … Continue reading Double trouble: Victor double-set trap
We asked predator control specialist Cam Speedy what makes a successful bait station. Bait stations are a great tool to add to your predator control kit. Tucked away out of the weather (and at least 5m from public tracks), bait stations keep bait fresh and attractive for introduced predators. You can also use them for … Continue reading Boost your bait station