Our national map is the very first of its kind in Aotearoa New Zealand!
Our map helps us depict the scale of effort being put into making NZ predator free. To do this we have been mapping the predator control undertaken by over 1,400 community groups, hapū/iwi and private landowners as well as the work done by DOC, OSPRI and regional councils.
Explore what predator control work is being done in New Zealand. You can click and drag to navigate around the country, zoom into areas of interest, and add additional layers from the menu on the left-hand corner. The red polygons are the community, hapu/iwi, private landowner driven predator control projects. There is also a larger version of the map available. Our map is not yet complete. If you are making a contribution to predator control, add your area in below. It doesn’t matter how small, we want to know about it.
There is also a larger version of the map available.
Things to note before adding your predator control area(s):
- If you make a mistake when mapping your area, start again and your first efforts will automatically be deleted.
- You can map multiple areas.
- Map them one at a time and click ‘submit’ after each area.
- If you’ve already mapped your group data somewhere else, or are having issues with the form, email us at email@example.com and we’ll organise to collect the information.