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109 Puruaha Road Request membership
2G2 Block Request membership
31-73 Kaiatea Road Kaiatea Land Care Group is a group of neighbors who are committed to sustainable land management and biodiversity initiatives within our rural community of Kaiatea. Request membership
33 Te Henga Request membership
Alpine Bird Song Bush and Reserve areas adjacent to Fernhill and Sunshine Bay suburbs of Queenstown Request membership
Aongatete Forest Project Request membership
Aorangi Restoration Project Request membership
Apiti Bait station network Request membership
Arch Hill Scenic Reserve Request membership
Aro School Request membership
Atawai Request membership
Awaruku Wetland Awaruku Wetland, Long Bay is a wetland that is newly established as part of the Long Bay residential development. This habitat creation is home to many coastal and wetland birds and we hope to increase their number and diversity. Request membership
Battle for the Banded Rail Request membership
Bayview Living Neighbourhood Project A community project to restore Bayview's green spaces to sustainable, healthy, living ecosystems and reconnect local people with the natural environment. Request membership
Birdwood Rat Trapping intensive trapping in Birdwood Reserve & adjacent areas Request membership
Birkenhead War Memorial Park Rat Blitz Rat control and subsequent possum control as part of the Pest Free Kaipatiki Predator Blitz Request membership
BlackSheepFarm-Pest Control Supporting Waipu Kiwis Request membership
Blowhard Bush Kaweka Forest Park Request membership
Bobs Cove and Closeburn Community trapping work in the Bobs Cove and Closeburn Areas Request membership
Boggy Pond, Wairarapa Moana Trapping around wetlands to protect bittern, spotless crake and other wetland species. Request membership
Bream Head Restoration Request membership
Bream Tail Farm CPCA 460ha community pest control area at Mangawhai Request membership
'Bring back the Robin' Request membership
Bring on the Birds, Gore Bay A community led project to protect and enhance our local biodiversity by involving young and old in our predator trapping and educational activities and having fun in nature Request membership
Brynderwyns - Glen Mohr Rd We are a group of four neighbours controlling possums, rats and stoats in the Brynderwyn Ranges south of Whangarei. Our project started in 2015 when we noticed how many Norway rats were in the area and we were also keen to control stoats to support the kiwi releases at Marunui. Northland Regional Council were very generous with their support and supplied most of our pest control gear. Request membership
Bushy Point Restoration Project Bushy Point Restoration project that consists of planting, pond creation, trapping, walkway, interpretation. The planting is over a 14 hectare area with around 90 hectares of trapping in adjacent DOC land. The project is managed by the Otatara Landcare Group - Request membership
Cape to City Cape to City is a wide scale predator control and ecological restoration project over 26,000ha of land between Hastings and Cape Kidnappers, extending southwards to include Waimarama and forest remnants at Kahuranaki. The project is a collaboration of Hawke’s Bay Regional Council, Department of Conservation, Landcare Research and the Cape Sanctuary with funding support from the Aotearoa Foundation to deliver multiple milestones in pest control, habitat restoration, community engagement, education, species reintroduction and research. Request membership
Cashmere Predator-Free A backyard trapping initiative in the suburb of Cashmere, supplying traps towards Predator-Free Port Hills. Target species: opossum, rat, stoat and ferret. Please "Register" for this website and "Request membership" for the Cashmere project. In the request comment, describe your set-up work; ask for "editor" right to add your trap and catch details to this data map: a record of trap results is important to monitor and control pest species. Help to bring back our native birds, lizards and insects. Kia ora taatou, kia kaha, happy hunting. Welcome! - Request membership
Charlie's Angels - town belt care Town belt near MacAlister Park focussing on ridge above Finnimore St Request membership
Clarke Valley Clarke Valley trapping Request membership
Clyde Quay Clyde Quay students tracking and trapping in Mount Victoria Wellington Request membership
CompostBin DOC200 trap next to compost bin Request membership
Coprosma Crescent 1 x Doc 200 trap at present, with the hope of at least another 2 along the top of the gulley. Request membership
Coromandel Kiwi Project Request membership
Corrondella Corrondella community, managing shared bushland Request membership
Cosgrove Creek Restoration Project Cosgrove Creek on the Catlins coast is managed as part of the of the Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust Long Point / irahuka Reserve network. Owned by the Trust, it is designated as a Scientific Reserve and is a little over 10ha in size. The Long Point / Irahuka reserve network is focused in the short to medium term on restoring the habitat for yellow-eyed penguins and other seabird species. The longer term goal is to restore the coastal shrublands and forest and associated fauna. Key project partners in the reserve conservation work are the Dunedin & South Otago branches of Forest & Bird. They have an active role in both the trapping and also specific sea bird conservation initiatives as part of their wider Otago coastal project "Bring back the Seabirds". Request membership
Crofton Downs Predator Free Community Request membership
Cross Creek Incline Walkway Possum trapping using Timms traps Request membership
Dolphin Divers Possum trapping near Ferndale. Request membership
Domain Road Halo Eskdale reserve halo - Launching November 2017 as part of the Kaipatiki wide predator blitz. Starting with rats. Free traps available to the first people that register interest. Request membership
Dominion Stream Request membership
Dotterel Defenders Rahotu Trap network in dunes for protection of nesting NZ dotterel and other native shorebirds Request membership
Drift Bay Queenstown Request membership
Ecozip Adventures 150 Trig Hill Road Onetangi Waiheke Island Auckland 1081 Request membership
EMEP Black-billed gull Northern side of the Tukituki River mouth Request membership
EpuniSt_Tanera Gully Trapping in restoration area in Epuni st/ Tanera Gully and on the area around Tanera Park Request membership
Eskdale Reserve Trapping Eskdale Reserve, Birkdale, Kaipaitiki Board area, Auckland City. Incorporates coastal harbour edge, lowland broadleaf forest, swamp (including Auckland's largest swamp Maire stand), ridgeline gum lands and Kauri. Request membership
Faraday Rise Sections on Faraday Rise, and on Faraday Reserve. Request membership
Farewell Spit Stoats Possums Rats and Pigs Request membership
Fawcett Rd Request membership
Fernglen Rat bait stations, 21 Ambush. Timms Traps, 6 Request membership
Friends of A’Deane’s Bush Long term eco-restoration of flora and fauna of A'Deane's Bush and surrounding area. This includes predator control with 50 traps within the bush and 45 traps in the halo - effectively trapping close to 1000ha now. Rats are controlled through a bait station grid. Old mans beard is controlled annually, locally sourced and grown natives are used to revegetate the area around the Bush, and native species are surveyed annually to see the response to predator control. Tititipounamu /Rifleman, which have been locally extinct for many years, have been re-introduced to the Bush and are establishing a population there. Request membership
Friends of Baring Head Request membership
Friends of Dene Court Reserve Friends of Dene Court Reserve provides a range of opportunities for you to be involved in pest and weed control The emphasis is on having fun and learning more about our special places and species in our local reserve. Request membership
Friends of the Blade Volunteers creating an initial 90 Ha pest free zone in the Kaimai mamaku SFP at the western end of Whakamarama Road around the area known as The Blade. Currently using Warrior and Sentinel possum traps, Philproof economy rat bait stations and DOC 250 mustelid traps along with 2 Fenn Mark 4 and 4 Mk 6 Mustelid traps under Philproof covers. Request membership
Friends of Whatipu Predator Control FOW Trapping Area Request membership
Gammons Kiwi recovery project Predator control programme for the protection of Kiwi. Request membership
Gerontius Reserve Gerontius Reserve is a small forest fragment with stream that is accessible from Gerontius Glade, Torbay. There are some large trees including kahikatea, puriri and kohekohe. The area also contains banded kokopu, eels on occasion, kereru, tui, shining cuckoo, ruru, rata and silver fern. This is an upper tributary of the Deep Creek catchment. Request membership
Glenfern Sanctuary Request membership
Golden Bay beach patons to Onekaka Request membership
Golden Bay - Motupipi Hill Motupipi Hill is a 48 hectare block of land between Pohara and Takaka. The Rata-Tui Restoration Trust purchased this land in 2010 for the purpose of forest restoration and recreation. Request membership
Gribblehurst Park Gribblehirst Park Request membership
Hadfield and Island Bay Rat Free Community Group Halo project for predator control around Hadfield St and Island Bay. Also includes predator control ongoing within reserves. Request membership
Hancock Forest Management - Whanui Project Request membership
Harper Delta Trapping for Nesting Braided River Birds Traps set up during braided river bird nesting season, and monitored and cleared by Trustpower generation staff during routine rounds. Trapps are the DoC 2000 traps and Timms Traps, which were donated by Braided River Aid (BRaid). Request membership
Head street traps 37 Head Street, Sumner Request membership
Herald Island Bringing Back the Birds – a ‘Predator and Weed Free Herald Island’ Since 2006, Auckland environmental groups have been working towards improving the North-West Wildlink, a green corridor for native birds and wildlife between the Hauraki Gulf and the Waitakere Ranges. The Upper Harbour Local Board has generously funded the Herald Island Environmental Group to carry out a Predator and Weed Free Herald Island project that aims to ‘Bring Back the Birds’ to our section of the North-West Wildlink. The funds will be used to help private residents address three issues that affect native bird populations: (a) rat control (b) invasive weed control and (c) local native plant numbers. Request membership
Heslip Covenant HVA 15 A12 possum traps and 50 Rat / Stoat raps over approx. 13 ha Request membership
Hinahina Reserve Trapping in the SE corner of the Hinahina Reserve where Yellow-eyed Penguins regularly nest. Request membership
Hinepango Wetlands Hinepango Wetlands has trap lines either side of the unique wetlands, from Wairau Diversion northwards across Flaxmill Drive and Rarangi Beach Road and on to Port Underwood Road. Request membership
Holland Reserve Rat Blitz Candidate for care under the Pest Free Kaipatiki Predator Blitz 2017. Starting with Rat control Request membership
Hollister Project 150C Trig Hill Road Onetangi Waiheke Island Auckland 1081 Request membership
Home Tims and Rat traps Request membership
Honeymoon - Maungataniwha Pest Control Request membership
Inglis Bush Community Trust Inglis Bush Scenic Reserve Request membership
Iwi Kiwi Waitangi • Iwi kiwi aims to coordinate conservation efforts within our area of action while enhancing our social-economic environment. • The area covered of about 5000 ha already has conservation management in place in some areas (DOC, Waitangi Trust, Northland Forestry Managers) • The high cultural, historical and ecological value of the Bay of Islands provides us with the opportunity to showcase how well we can integrate tourism with protecting all native taonga who live here. Sir Bledisloe’s vision for his gift was sustainability. This is already achieved with forestry, tourism and recreational activities. Once we have reached a satisfying level of pest control, and our efforts are rewarded by an increase in the number of native wildlife monitored, we aim to help develop a Kiwi Crèche, in partnership with Iwi, Waitangi Trust and DOC. • Iwi Kiwi is Tangata Whenua led, embracing the strong connection of hapu to this land. • Like the woven strains of a kete, we collaborate with neighbouring groups to make us stronger in the battle against invasive pests. We are part of the Kiwi Coast and Mid North Alliance, connecting with other groups to create safe wildlife corridors and share best practices. Request membership
Jacks Point Queenstown Request membership
John Street Reserve Request membership
Jollies Bush Volunteer support for Christchurch City Council rangers trapping programme. Request membership
Kahunui Pest Control Scheme Request membership
Kai Iwi Lakes Pest Control Pest Control Programme to control Possums, Rodents, Stoats, Ferrets, Weasels and Feral Cats Request membership
Kaimamaku Landcare Group Request membership
Kaipupu Point Sounds Wildlife Sanctuary Kaipupu Point Sounds Wildlife Sanctuary has been created over the last 10 years to protect and enhance our special New Zealand wildlife. Hundreds of volunteers have pulled together since 2005 to restore this headland of coastal bush and establish access. Firstly, in 2008, a specially constructed fence was built to keep out all of introduced animal pests. This fence creates the 40 hectare ‘mainland island’ of Kaipupu Point Sounds Wildlife Sanctuary. A 2.8 km track was constructed encircling the Sanctuary. A jetty and pontoon and landing area (the only access to the Sanctuary) have been built in Shakespeare Bay. The Sanctuary is always open, and is a short boat ride from Picton. Any water vessels can drop visitors off at the jetty. There is no entrance fee to go into the Sanctuary. If you don't have access to a boat, the water transport operators on the foreshore of Picton can help get you there. Request membership
Kaitoke School rat trapping Kaitoke School, Great Barrier Request membership
Kakepuku Mt Conservation Project Mt Kakepuku is conical volcano situated between Mt Pirongia and Mt Maungatautari. It has approximately 200 hectare of cover from mature forest to regeneration pastoral land. There is 200 bait stations, 55 Goodnature A24's, 2 Goodnature A12's and 5 lines of rat monitoring tunnels. The Project has been going since 1999. There was a North Island Robin release in 1999 and they are still present today. Request membership
Kapawiti Kaitiaki Request membership
Kapiti Airport Drain To Trap Vermon from near by Airport Rain water drain. Request membership
Kapiti Coast Penguin Project This project aims to support penguins on the Kapiti Coast from Pukerua Bay to the Waikanae River by placing nesting boxes along the coast. Request membership
Kapiti Project. Request membership
Kāpiti Rat Pack Home gardens and reserves from Paraparaumu to Pekapeka. Request membership
KAPOW Community trapping work in the Arthurs Point Request membership
Karioi Backyard Hub - Whaingaroa Whaingaroa landowners are now able to get involved with the Karioi project by trapping in their own backyard! Request membership
Karioi Project - Raglan The Karioi – Maunga ki te Moana: Mountain to the Sea project is a community led conservation project, run in partnership with A Rocha Aotearoa New Zealand, Te Whakaoranga O Karioi, Whaingaroa Environment Centre, members of the local hapu, the Department of Conservation, Waikato Regional Council and the Whaingaroa Community. OUR PROJECT VISION Restored biodiversity from Maunga ki te Moana (Mountain to the Sea). OUR PROJECT MISSION Active conservation through engaging communities, providing environmental education and having sustainable partnerships. Request membership
Kelvin Heights Queenstown Request membership
Kerikeri - Access Rd Predator Control Pest control to protect kiwi and other native species in a semi-urban area. Project area 5 hectares. Request membership
Kerikeri Peninsula Pest Control Kerikeri Peninsula Pest Control involves landowners from Opito Bay westward to Rangitane, and north to Crowles Bay on the Kerikeri Peninsula, incorporating Ake Ake Reserve, Rangitane Reserve, and private lands in between. This project has been established to restore biodiversity values on 1200 hectares of public and private land on the Kerikeri Peninsula. Request membership
Khandallah Park Request membership
King Edward Park and Carrington Walkway DOC200 Predator traps targeting rats and mustelids. Request membership
Kingston Request membership
Kiwi Life Request membership
Kohinui Stream Landcare Request membership
Kukuwai Third biggest wetland of its type in the Tasman region. Cat proof fence is around 7+ hectares of the wet land. 15000 native plant species recently planted around the buffer zone of the wetland. So far 50+ traps of various types located in this area with plan of extending this trap line. Traps are targeting possums, rats, mustilid and hedgehogs. Request membership
Kumutoto A bicultural restoration project for a fragment forest which is part of the town belt Request membership
Lake Rotopounamu - Mt Pihanga Restoration Project Request membership
Langs Cove Trapping Group Possum and rat trapping Request membership
Langs Estate Trapping Group Request membership
Ligar Bay Block is largely regenerating native (mahoe, kanuka, coprosma) with scattered wilding pine. Good populations of tui, kereru, korari, quail, weka. 25 bird species observed here including kea! Would like to expand the trap network in conjunction with neighbours to cover all the Ligar Bay catchments. The area has contiguous native vegetation through to Abel Tasman National Park Request membership
Linley Reserve Rat Blitz Candidate for care under the Pest Free Kaipatiki Predator Blitz 2017. Starting with Rat control Request membership
Long Gully Bush Reserve Request membership
Long Point / Irahuka Restoration Project Long Point / Irahuka Reserve on the Catlins Coast 15km south-east of Owaka, was purchased by the Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust in 2009. It includes Cosgrove Creek (2km to the north) although this area is managed as a separate trapping project. Comprising 75 ha in total , the Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust owns two areas and manages others on behalf of the Crown. The Long Point / Irahuka reserve complex is focused in the short to medium term on restoring the habitat for yellow-eyed penguins and other seabird species. The longer term goal is to restore the coastal shrublands and forest and associated fauna. Key project partners in the reserve conservation work are the Dunedin & South Otago branches of Forest & Bird. They have an active role in both the trapping and also specific sea bird conservation initiatives as part of their wider Otago coastal project "Bring back the Seabirds". Request membership
Lower Waikato River Area of Bait Stations Lower Waikato River Request membership
Lower Waimata The start of bigger things... Request membership
LRCG 427 Request membership
LRCG 444 Request membership
LRCG 449 Request membership
LRCG 449/1 Dr Peter Maddison - bait stations around perimeter of grounds/garden, not thru bush down to Lund Rd Request membership
LRCG 450 Request membership
LRCG 472 Request membership
LRCG 520 Request membership
Mahakipawa Arm Request membership
Mahoe-Nui Lower Volunteers supporting Christchurch City Council rangers. An extensive trapping programme has been established through early 2016 to compliment an ongoing planting programme. Request membership
Mahoe-Nui Upper Volunteers supporting Christchurch City Council rangers. An extensive trapping programme has been established through early 2016 to compliment an ongoing planting programme Request membership
Makara Peak/KATCH Request membership
Makererua Reserve Care Group Request membership
Mangaiti Pest Control Clearance of pests from the Mangaiti Gully System Request membership
Mangawhero trapping line To reduce predation pressure on threatened fauna such as whio. Request membership
Maori Pa 5 Estuarine area bounded by the Maori Pa road and the Wakapuaka estuary. Request membership
Massey Rd Pest Control Request membership
Massey Road Trappers Trapping, shooting and bait stations. Request membership
Maungaru/Maungatipa CPCA Request membership
Maungawhau Urban Trappers East side of Maungawhau and Government House. Request membership
Mawhitipana Valley Project Request membership
Mokau Forest Farm Request membership
Monk Road Block Privately owned land managing possums, rats and mustelids Request membership
Motu Kaikoura rat eradication project Kaikoura Island, (Motu Kaikoura) 564 ha plus Nelson Island. 565 stations including 558 traps. Request membership
Motukaraka Point Predator Control Request membership
Motuoapa Request membership
Mt Victoria Vermin Trappers A group of local Wellington residents trapping in the town belt reserve land of Mt. Victoria, keen to develop a closer connection with their local reserve and help look after it by controlling predators of native birds: rats, stoats, and possums. Many group members also are involved with restoration planting projects throughout the wider trapping project area - some group members have been planting trees in the area for some time. The group is also monitoring pest density using chew cards. Request membership
Neutze Request membership
Ngawha Pest Control Predator control at Ngawha Top Energy and surrounds Request membership
Northern Houto Forest (Maungatipa) Phase 2 - Help for Houto Request membership
NUKP North End Paekakariki Escarpment Request membership
Off The Radar Request membership
Ohiwa Headland Sanctuary Request membership
Ohiwai Forest Farm Landcare Ohiwai Forest Farm comprises 56Ha much of which is regenerating native forest with stands of 100 to 300 year old Kauri and also numerous large Rata, Miro, Tanekaha, Rimu etc. The property is located in Hikuai, Coromandel. The owners are working to make the site predator free currently removing pigs, trapping possums, wild cats, stoats/weasels, rats and hedgehogs. Tracks will be put in over the next few years to enable better access to the steeper areas of the property for pest management. In October 2017 OFF applied for funding grant of $5k from Waikato Regional Council for Good Nature A12 and A24 possum, rat and stoat traps to pest control an 8Ha valley on the south west flank of the hill. In November funding of $3600 was approved. Installation of the network will begin in February 2018. As of 5 November 2017, 925 possums, 485 rats, 12 stoats, 14 weasels and 5 wild cats, and 36 hedgehogs have been removed from the property. Request membership
Oi Kaitiaki Jac Spyksma and Peter Hunt are trapping with kind permission from and support of several property owners. We started in 2015 and expanded our operation in 2016. We are aiming to eliminate stoats which are a threat to Kiwi released at the nearby Marunui Conservation block. Wider predator control measures including targeting of rats and possums will help protect other native flora and fauna including a very rare native frog found in the Brynderwyns. It has also been reported that Grey Faced Petrels (Oi) are nesting at Bream Tail. These nests are vulnerable to predators. Northern Regional Council have supported us by providing traps, baits and advice. Request membership
Okarito Lagoon protection Predator control on North Spit, Okarito Request membership
Omaha Pest Free 2020 Request membership
Omataroa Kiwi Project Omataroa occupies an area of 7,777 hectares, consisting of approximately 7100 ha of exotic production forest and a further 640 hectares of indigenous forest. The plantation forest and bush remnants which surround the mature forest of Puhikoko Reserve contain significant kiwi habitat, and kiwi sign is regularly seen. The long-term aim is to extend kiwi protection over the entire Omataroa area. Currently Rayonier Forestry fund buffer trapping around Puhikoko Reserve, and there are plans to extend this network. Kiwi call count monitoring is also planned over a wide area to help direct the future expansion of the project. The land is administered by the Omataroa-Rangitaiki No 2 Trust, and there are over 6000 shareholders in the land. The main focus of the project is the bio-diversity rich Puhikoko Reserve (546 ha), which is home to kiwi, kereru and North Island Robin. A kawanata is in place over Puhikoko Reserve, and intensive predator trapping and poisoning is undertaken to control mustelids, rats, cats and possums. Regular kiwi aversion training is also held with the local Omataroa hunting club and kaitiaki work is undertaken with forestry contractors to prevent harm to kiwi during forestry operations. The objective of the project is to protect the kiwi population and the wider bio-diversity values of the forest, while also helping people reconnect to the whenua and develop their skills as kaitiaki. Ian Tarei leads the work on the ground, and has a strong interest in engaging whänau in kiwi conservation from a young age. Local köhanga reo are regular attendees at kiwi releases, and a group of Te Teko youth have been trained to undertake predator control and kiwi work. Wild juvenile kiwi have recently been found in the area, highlighting the benefits to the kiwi population from the animal pest control and advocacy work. Operation Nest Egg (ONE) has been successfully utilised to return chicks to the reserve once they have reached a safe weight. This has helped reinvigorate the resident kiwi population with young birds. Kiwi chicks have also been gifted to other local kiwi projects to help ensure a robust gene pool in the now isolated populations. Request membership
Omori Kuratau Pest Management A group of 14 volunteers who service 12 traplines in the Omori/Kuratau South Western Bays area of Lake Taupo. The group has been in operation for 6 years and we service our traps on a weekly basis and send monthly reports of our kills to DOC, Taupo District Council, Waikato Regional Council, 63 locals and home owners who have donated traps and record our monthly tally totals on the Omori Kuratau Ratepayers Association website. The OKPMG has twice been selected as the Regional Winner of the Trust Power, Taupo District Environment and Heritage Awards (2013 & 2016). In the field we service 260 DOC 200 traps; 150 Goodnature A12 and A24 possum and rat traps as well as modified Timms traps, and live capture traps for feral cats. Our target predators are rats, weasels, stoats, feral cats, possums and hedgehogs. In addition to this we also are currently targeting cotoneaster pest trees and broom, and will add further pest plants once we have the broom and cotoneaster under control. Request membership
Onoke Spit, Wairarapa Moana Trapping network to protect Caspian tern colony, banded dotterels and other ground nesting birds. Request membership
Opepe DoC Reserve Request membership
Operation 340 Request membership
Opoutere Bird Saver Opoutere Bird Saver is project to save the bird life and native fauna in Opoutere over approximately 200 hectares. Under direction of the Opoutere Ratepayers and Residents Association, As at 1st Jan 2018 we have over 150 bait Stations, 100 DOC 200 traps and 60 A12's Possum killers. We also look after 12 Hectares at Pokohino Beach trying to save some massive Pohutokawa's from possums. Part of our area goes out onto Opoutere Spit were we have nesting Dotterels, we also have a resisdent flock of approximately 25 Kaka's , as well as many other New Zealand Native birds. We carry out numerous working bees to rid the area of Eleaganus and Ginger along with Privot and Barberry around Opoutere, We are always looking for volunteers. Request membership
Oratia Request membership
Orecs Request membership
Oruatua Conservation Area Request membership
Otangaroa Conservation Area Otangaroa Conservation Area Request membership
Otanomomo Scientific Reserve Covers the whole area of the Otanomomom Scientific Reserve Request membership
Otekiho Otekiho is a small area (approx. 4.9ha) of reserve land immediately south of Taiaroa Head and Pilots Beach, managed by the Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust on behalf of the Dunedin City Council. The land falls steeply away from Harrington Point Road to a rocky beach with cliffs at each end. Yellow-eyed penguins nested here for several years in the late 1980s and early 1990s with the last nesting in the 1991/92 season. Little blue penguins and sooty shearwaters are found in the reserve and are believed to be increasing in numbers.. Request membership
Owairaka Ratbaggers We are a community initiative with the vision of a pest free Maunga. Our initial focus is on eradicating rats around Mt Albert / Owairaka Domain. Jointly with Tūpuna Maunga Authority we started rat control in Owairaka Domain on top of Mt Albert. Members in our group commit to trapping rats on their own property all around the maunga. Hopefully our birdlife will flourish as a result. Please "Register" for this website and "Request membership" for "Owairaka Ratbaggers". Once we got you added to the list, you can then add your trap and catch details to this data. Get in touch through facebook or send an email to Request membership
Owaka Heads Reserve Owaka Heads Reserve, Yellow-eyed Penguin nesting area. Request membership
Owhango Alive A group of residents from Owhango and nearby working on pest control, mainly in the Ohinetonga Reserve. Request membership
Owhiwa Landcare Request membership
Pacific Bay Pacific Bay, Tutukaka (private land, bush area surrounding pond and wetland) Request membership
Pacific Bay Pacific Bay, Pond, Wetland, Bush. Fresh water. Request membership
Paekakariki Rat Pack Request membership
Pa Hill Our property at 57b Spioenkop Rd plus the remainder of the covenanted bush on the adjacent property. Our property 10 acres, 7 acres in covenanted bush plus approx. 3 acres on adjacent property. Request membership
Paradise Protection Program Request membership
Paraparaumu Scenic Reserve Restoration and Education Project Request membership
Paremata Flats Estuarine land bounded by the Wakapuaka River, the Cable Bay estuary and the Maori Pa Road Request membership
Parsons wetland pest eradication A Queen Elizabeth II wetland of eight hectares developed by G and E Copp Request membership
Paterson Gully intensively trapped, a small patch of trees with approx. 20 households adjacent Request membership
Pattrick's gully. Request membership
Pauanui Hill Request membership
Pedator free Horoeka Request membership
Penguin Bay Reserve Penguin Bay Reserve, Yellow-eyed Penguin nesting area. Request membership
Pest control Head of the Patua Inlet rat and mustalid control Request membership
Pest Control in the Mangemangeroa Valley Through recording catches in private bush segments it is hoped to gain the pattern of pests moving into the Mangemangeroa Reserve. Request membership
Pest Free Cambridge Request membership
Pest Free Esk Hill The Esk Hill area is made up of many lifestyle blocks, bush fragments and native plantings attracting many pests and birds. Our goal is to get rid of rats, stoats and ferrets in our community and see an increase in native wild life and birds. The proposed project boundary is Hill Road, State Highway 5 and State Highway 2. It encompasses Eskdale school (a growing, semi rural primary school with approx. 250 students), Esk Valley Estate Winery, Eskview Heights, Esk Valley Lodge, Esk Hills Lifestyle Subdivision (an exclusive community protected with a body corporate facility of Esk Hills Residents) and the Heipipi Historic Reserve DOC area (24 hectares of elevated rolling hill country and encompasses part of what was formerly an extensive pa.) Request membership
Pest Free Glendhu Scenic Reserve Friends of Glendhu Scenic Reserve is a group of volunteers supported by Auckland council to become pestfree of Possums, Rats, Mice, Stoats and Hedgehogs. Weed control and water monitoring and estalbishing a native butterfly and pollinators garden between the Glendhu footbridge and waterfall. Request membership
Pest Free Mana & Camborne A coordinated approach to making Mana and Camborne pest free. Request membership
Pest Free Pahi Pahi in Otamatea region of the Kaipara is a nesting site for Spoonbill, Heron and Banded Rail. It has large pockets of native bush with a good population of Tui, Kereru and even the occasional kaka. Pest Free Pahi, provides free rat bait and traps for residence on the peninsula while trapping out possums and mustelids. The goal is to be possum free by 2020. Request membership
Pest Free Papakowhai A coordinated community approach to making Papakowhai Pest Free. Request membership
Pest Free Peninsula - Whangaparaoa The project is to remove rats, stoats and possums from the Whangaparaoa peninsula as part of the north west wildlink. Tiritiri Matangi to the Waitakere Ranges Request membership
Pest Free South Makara Request membership
Pest Free Tawa Pest Free Tawa is the first stage of getting people trapping in their backyards. This project will increase in its size and scope in 2018. Please feel free to contact me about anything trapping related in Tawa. Request membership
Pest Free Titahi Bay Request membership
Pest Free Whitby Request membership
Phil Esplanade Request membership
Picton Dawn Chorus Picton and Waikawa and surrounding hills from Ngakuta to Momorangi Request membership
Places for Penguins trapping project A project run by the trapping group of Forest and Bird's Places for Penguins (Wellington). The group carries out trapping across the Miramar peninsula, using a mix of DOC200, A24, Victor and Modified Victor traps. The primary aim is to protect Little Penguin nesting sites, with a broader goal of increasing native bird and insect biodiversity. Request membership
Plimmerton Request membership
Polhill Trapping Project Request membership
Poporangi Request membership
Possums in the Craigieburns Using good nature possum traps to eliminate possums in the Craigieburn range Request membership
Pounui Lagoon, Wairarapa Moana Trap network to protect bittern, spotless crake and other wetland species. Request membership
Poutiri Ao o Tane Trapping network surrounding Boundary Stream Request membership
Powrie Reserve Rat Blitz Candidate for care under the Pest Free Kaipatiki Predator Blitz 2017. Starting with Rat control Request membership
Predator Free Arrowtown The project is focused in the sub-catchment of Bush Creek, a valley behind Arrowtown. The trap lines are currently focused along the valley floor and in patches of beech forest, with new lines being added up ridge lines towards Brow Peak and Coronet Ridge. Request membership
Predator Free Brooklyn Backyard trapping in Brooklyn, Vogeltown, Mornington and Kingston. Request membership
Predator Free Cambridge Request membership
Predator Free - Cass Bay Request membership
Predator Free Grey Lynn Predator Free Grey Lynn is a local group that aims to rid Grey Lynn of native bird killers like rats and stoats using different trapping methods. It is part of Predator Free New Zealand. We welcome new members. Request membership
Predator Free Houghton Valley Request membership
Predator Free Initiative at Taupo DeBretts Taupo DeBretts is on board with the newly formed partnership between HAPNZ and the Predator Free New Zealand Trust. We have deployed 8 double ended DOC traps for mid sized predators such as rats and stoats. We have also installed over 50 self-loading bait stations around the premises to control the population of rats and mice. Early monitoring of our efforts are showing that the bait is being taken up at a fast rate and we are optimizing placement of the stations and traps in response to our findings. Request membership
Predator Free Island Bay Bringing Back the Birds – Predator Free Island Bay supports and promotes backyard trapping and trapping in reserves. We cover Island Bay, Owhiro Bay and Southgate. Email us: Our area forms part of a green corridor for native birds and wildlife between the coast and Zealandia. Island Bay is fortunate to have a penguin breeding on Tapu Te Ranga Island. Request membership
Predator Free Morningside Trapping rodents using a combination of Good nature traps, Doc200, Victor Professional and Modified VIctors, and some first generation baiting. Actively recruiting more household to join us. Request membership
Predator Free Mt Cook Newtown Berhampore To clear Mt Cook, Newtown and Berhampore of rats, mice, stoats, and possums through backyard trapping Request membership
Predator free Newlands/Paparangi/Woodridge The Northern suburbs or Newlands, Paparangi and Woodridge Request membership
Predator Free Ngaio Reserves Trapping in the reserves of Ngaio Request membership
Predator Free Normandale Very Approximate borders of Normandale suburb, Hutt City Request membership
Predator Free Northland (Wellington) Request membership
Predator Free Polson Hill/Aokautere Request membership
Predator Free Port Hills - Diamond Harbour The Summit Road Society has launched an aspirational new community initiative for The Port Hills to become Predator Free. Part of this initiative is to encourage people to trap and to collect records of what traps people have and how many pests they've trapped. This will help native species and also give a better understating of where traps are, where more could be etc. This group is for Diamond Harbour, Charteris Bay, Church Bay and Purau trappers to share useful information and work together to improve the ecological health of the peri-urban fringe of the south side of the harbour Request membership
Predator Free Port Hills - Governors Bay Request membership
Predator Free Port Hills - Halswell A backyard trapping initiative in the peri-urban fringe surrounding the Port Hills, in the suburb of Halswell. Request membership
Predator Free Port Hills - Heathcote Valley A backyard trapping initiative in the peri-urban fringe surrounding the Port Hills, in the suburb of Heathcote Valley. Request membership
Predator Free Port Hills - Hillsborough A backyard trapping initiative in the peri-urban fringe surrounding the Port Hills, in the suburb of Hillsborough. Request membership
Predator Free Port Hills - Huntsbury A backyard trapping initiative in the peri-urban fringe surrounding the Port Hills, in the suburb of Huntsbury and also the part of St Martins bordering the Port Hills. Request membership
Predator Free Port Hills - Lyttelton A backyard trapping initiative in the peri-urban fringe surrounding the Port Hills, in the suburb of Lyttelton, Cass and Cosair Bays. Request membership
Predator Free Port Hills - Mount Pleasant A backyard trapping initiative in the peri-urban fringe surrounding the Port Hills, in the suburbs of Mount Pleasant, Redcliffs and Monks Bay. Request membership
Predator Free Port Hills - Sumner A backyard trapping initiative in the peri-urban fringe surrounding the Port Hills, in the suburbs of Sumner, Richmond, Clifton and Taylors Mistake. Request membership
Predator Free Port Hills - Westmorland A backyard trapping initiative in the peri-urban fringe surrounding the Port Hills, in the suburb of Westmorland. Request membership
Predator Free Pounawea Request membership
Predator Free Pukerua Bay A community group trapping pests in Pukerua Bay to help protect native birds, lizards, and invertebrates. Request membership
Predator Free Taupo Predator Free Taupo started in June 2017 as an extension of Greening Taupo who are actively engaged in native plantings between the predator free Wairakei Golf Course, Taupo town and Mt Tauhara. Request membership
Predator Free Tauranga - Back Yard Trapping Urban back yard trapping project launching March 2017. Contact me if you are interested in being part of this project. Request membership
Predator Free Tirohanga and Harbourview This is a local predator free zone for Tirohanga and Harbourview. Also included is Pomare Road, Wairere Road and Avonlea Grove, Lower Hutt Request membership
Project birdie Request membership
Project Kaka at Donnelly Flat An area of about 40ha in the Tararua Forest Park near Mt. Holdsworth road end. Request membership
Project Rameka A 91ha carbon sequestration project in Golden Bay that provides dual use recreational tracks in a regenerating native forest environment. Request membership
Pukekauri Farm - Derry Block Farm Pest Control Request membership
Pukerua Bay Scientific Reserve Mustelid Trapping Our group monitors 44 DOC200 traps on 2 traplines, once a month over the cooler months and twice in the warmer months. There are 22 traps beside the beach track and another 22 beginning in Ranui Reserve, Raroa Place, and continuing along the farm fence line, west along the bluff tops. Request membership
Puponga Point Puponga point pest control area Request membership
Quarantine island Monitor and then eradicate pests on the island. Request membership
Queen Elizabeth Park Request membership
Queenstown Backyard Trappers Request membership
Raetea Forest Bird Sanctuary Mangataiore is a steep hill at the northern edge of Raetea forest covered with regenerating native bush, not used or accessed by anyone due to the difficult nature of the terrain. Having grown up on a property next to the hill, I am slowly extending possum, stoat and rat trap lines to circle and encompass the hillsides, with the purpose of allowing bird-life to return to the area and flourish as it once did. Request membership
Raglan, 377 Wainui Karioi Maunga Trapping Program Request membership
Rangatira Rat Blitz Part of a new initiative as part of the Pest Free Kaipatiki Predator Blitz 2017. Pulsing beginning November 2017, with the aim of possum expansion on January 2018. Request membership
Rangitaane01 Rangitaane01 is an iwi led, community driven led predator trapping project, aimed at creating a predator free buffer zone around the Wildbase Animal Rehabilitation Centre in the Palmerston North Esplanade Botanic Gardens. The project led by Paul Horton the Rangitaane iwi environmental officer at Te Ao Turoa Environmental Centre based at Maxwell's Line Awapuni PalmerstonNorth. This project is consistent with the aims of the national initiative to become predator free by 2050. It involves using a suite of Goodnature A24 and A12 self reset traps in and around the raiparian zones of the iner-city reach of the Manawatu RIver. Paul Horton, the project leader, following the completion of a post grad dip in Zoology at Massey University, has several years experence in pest monitoring and management as part of the Maanaki Whenua Landcare Research Ltd. wildlife team. Request membership
Rangituhi Porirua Request membership
Raumati Rat Pack Predator control in the Raumati and Raumati South urban areas Request membership
Redwood Bush Area of regenerating bush to west of Tawa. Populated primarily by Pseudopanax, Coprosma species. Pest control includes bait stations and DoC 150 traps. Maintenance of the pest control infrastructure has been carried out by volunteers belonging to the group "Friends of Tawa Bush Reserves". Request membership
Redwood Bush KNE Request membership
Riverlands Landcare - Ngunguru, Northland South Side of Ngunguru Rd - Kaiatea to and including Old Mill Ln, Ngunguru Request membership
Robertson Request membership
Rotoehu Ecological Trust Rotoehu Ecological Trust - Trap/bait station network in Otari Block, part of Rotoehu Forest Conservation Area - Check us out at Http:// Request membership
Ruru Kaitiaki Request membership
Russell Kiwi Protection Request membership
Save Our Kiwi Hawkes Bay -Kaweka Forest Park A trapping programme in the eastern Kawekas, supporting a North Island Brown kiwi restoration project, a partnership between DOC Hawkes Bay and community group ECOED (the Environment Conservation and Outdoor Education Trust). Request membership
Scorching Bay/Mahanga Bay trap network Intensive trapping network in the Scorching Bay watershed. Part of Predator Free Miramar, and managed by Forest and Bird (Places for Penguins) and Te Motu Kairangi-Miramar Ecological Restoration. Request membership
Shepherds Park Rat Blitz A new initiative to protect the reserve and associated habitat from Rats in November, and subsequently rats and possums from January onwards. Part of the Pest Free Kaipatiki Predator Blitz 2017. Request membership
Sinclair Wetlands Te Nohoaka o Tukiauau / Sinclair Wetlands Mahinga Kai / Restoration project Request membership
Small mammal monitoring Request membership
Solar Powered Estate 30 hecture block of grasing land bordered by the hawea river on the southern boundary Request membership
Southern Houto Forest (Maungaru Range) Request membership
South Ridge on Dalehill Saving native fauna and flora one pest at a time Request membership
Stancich Reserve Rat Blitz Candidate for care under the Pest Free Kaipatiki Predator Blitz 2017. Starting with Rat control Request membership
Starboard Arm Mixed native trees - Kanuka top storey, Presence of wallabies, possums and rats Request membership
Starboard Arm Mixed native trees - Kanuka top storey, Presence of wallabies, possums and rats Request membership
Steele Creek Local deerstalkers association looking after a stoat trap line in Steele Creek, checked and managed by volunteers from the club Request membership
Steve's Playstation The trap area is over 4.5 hectares containing a creek on the boundary, wetland, hill sides and a wet gully. Three hectares has been cleared of pines and scrub and root raked. We are currently planting about 4500 natives this fall and will continue planting in the spring, following fall and the next spring. Currently have 25 DOC 150 traps which I have been using since November 2015 and have been pretty successful catching 51 rats, 3 mice, 13 stoats, 2 weasels, 9 hedgehogs, 15 possums and one cat in 6 months. As of October 2016 we have planted over 12,000 native trees and shrubs. Request membership
Stillwater Pest eradication along the southern shore of the Weiti River. A breeding area for the New Zealand dotterel. Request membership
Taheke Landcare Request membership
Takarunga/Mt Victoria Request membership
Tangihua Lions Lodge Conservation and Education project To create a high quality, accessible educational centre surrounded by a fully functional ecosystem. We have a school camp in the Tangihua ranges. We have set up pest control with the Northland Regional Tangihua Community Pest Control Area (TCPCA) covering 1100hainitially and 400ha expanding to 1200ha on DOC land. We expect the trap database to play an important role linking with schools Request membership
Tangirau Wetland Restoration Project - Stage 1 Trapping network for Tangirau Wetland Restoration Project - Stage 1 Request membership
Tangiteroria Landcare Community based predator control programme - focussing on Mustelids, Goats, Possums based at the Northern end of the Tangihua ranges traversing Childs, Pukehuia and Omana Roads to the N Wairoa River. Request membership
Taranaki Mahood-Lowe Reserve General predator trapping although especially for whio and kiwi protection in this area in conjunction with adjacent DOC predator control in the National Park. Request membership
Tata Islands Tata Islands. Ngawhiti and Motu Islands. * 29 x DoC150 traps in total. * Bait used: Dehydrated rabbit. Total rat kills between 1:1:16 and 1:11:17 = 211 rats. Rats are the only kills found in these traps, there are no other traps on these islands. Request membership
Taupo Intermediate Grounds 1 DOC 200 trap at present Request membership
Tautuku Restoration Project Request membership
Tavora Tavora Reserve was purchased by the Trust in March 1993, and totals 40 hectares made up of 28 hectares leased for grazing and a 12 hectare coastal strip and riparian area managed for conservation. Request membership
Te Kauri-Waikūkū Reserve Te Kauri-Waikuku Reserve Request membership
Te Manu Waiata/The Bird Song Project As one of the 2017 PFNZ Trust/Kiwibank Predator Free Community Grant recipients we are setting up a backyard trapping program for residents of Sumner, Richmond, Clifton, Scarborough and Taylors. Households in this area already trapping are welcome to add their traps to the project to help us get a full picture of predator and trapping activity in the area. Request membership
Te Manu Waiata Wainui - Okitu We are helping the Wainui/Okitu community to bring more native birds back into our gardens and reserves. We'll do this by supporting the trapping of rats - the aim is for at least one fifth of the backyards in Wainui / Okitu to be trapping for rats. Request membership
Te Motu Kairangi Request membership
Tennyson Inlet Islands Request membership
Te Rere Yellow Eyed Penguin Reserve Intensive stoat and rat control around penguin nesting area on the South Coast Request membership
Te Wairoa Te Wairoa Reserve, North Taranaki Forest & Bird Request membership
Te Waotu School trap library Te Waotu School Zone - map not exact Request membership
Thames Coast Kiwi Care Request membership
The Sanctuary CPCA 177 ha at Mangawhai area creating a safe space for an expanding new kiwi population Request membership
Tikipunga Possum Control Request membership
Titoki Gully trapping Titoki Gully Request membership
Tony Art's Farm Request membership
Totties Home Trapping in the Puerua Valley. Request membership
Trapping@Vic Request membership
Tumanako Track Four families adopted Tumanako track at Boundary Stream, Hawke's Bay, volunteering to check and rebait traps monthly Request membership
Turanga Creek S / Clifton MS Turanga Creek Stewardship: [Turanga Creek Stewardship Area 364 R11 Crown Land adjoining Lot 5 DP 16612 Blk IV Otahuhu Survey District.Conservation Act 1987 4.5000] Clifton Marginal Strip: [Clifton Bay Marginal Strip 470 R11 Crown Land reserved from sale under Section 129 of the Land Act 1924, adjoining Lot 5 DP 16612 and Crown Land Blk IV Otahuhu Survey District. 1.0860 approx] Request membership
Uawanui a Ruamatua Request membership
University Trapping This project aims to trap mice and rats in the university area. Project was captured here from 2015: Request membership
Uri Peninsula jutting into Wakapuaka Estuary Request membership
Vanakaville Mistletoe Plenty of Mistletoe here at Vanakaville. Looking at putting in traps soon as well as 22,000 manuka this year with another 22,000 in 2018, also a few more natives will be thrown in for good measure as well........ more to come as we get this project under way. Request membership
Waihowaka Green Predator control (rats, mustelids, hedgehogs) on District Council riparian reserve Request membership
Waikanae Estuary Request membership
Waikanae River Corridor Request membership
Waikokomiko Gorge Restoration Pest animal control: stoat control using DOC200s and rodent control using bait stations on a 100x50m grid. Possums and cats are controlled across the farm Pest plant control: old mans beard and Japanese honeysuckle controlled annually across the farm Approximately 1200 locally sourced natives planted Request membership
Waikuku Stream Request membership
waimairi beach chch trapping Beach Reserve area from Broad Park northwards We met with Jason (the coastal ranger) who showed us how to use traps and tracking tunnels. We are starting off with 3 traps and Jason will be providing some different ones. Members of the group would like to buy goodnature gas activated traps for rats Request membership
Waimarino Request membership
Waingaki Wetland Request membership
WAINUI SR Pest control, rats mice hedgehogs mustelids possums 2ha scenic reserve Request membership
Waiohanga Trapping around house, farm and QEll covenant. Request membership
Waipahihi Gully restoration Restoration of the Waipahihi Gully in Taupo, with clearance of weeds and weed trees, replanting with native species and backyard and gully pest trapping. Request membership
Waipahihi trapping Private gardens open to the public Request membership
Waipu Golf Club Possum, rabbit and mustelid control Request membership
Waipu Kiwis Request membership
Waipuna Bush covenant Carol Jensen and Bob Webster's pest trapping on their Banks Peninsula Conservation Trust covenant near Port Levy Saddle, Little River, Banks Peninsula. Request membership
Waipu River Trapping Request membership
WaitekauriValleyTrappingGroup Waitekauri Valley Request membership
Waitetoko Request membership
WECG River Run Waikanae River Estuary near salt marsh Request membership
Wellington Branch Forest and Bird Native Plant Restoration Group Nursery trapping a bush covered valley of council reserve bordered by residential properties , Zealandia and nursery covering approx 2 hectares Request membership
Wellington Public Traps set On my weekend walks I want to snap the traps for public viewing. Request membership
West Coast Backyard Trapping The Department of Conservation, Western South Island, is encouraging local communities in our region to participate in backyard stoat and rat trapping. If you live on the West Coast and have a trap in your backyard or check a trap line, please record your catch here and together we can support native wildlife. Request membership
WGCT_traps Request membership
Whananaki Landcare Request membership
Whangawehi Catchment Management Group The Whangawehi Catchment Management Group is a unified body of stakeholders including marae, agencies and school representatives, working together to better manage land and water and also co-ordinate environmental work and education in the community. Based in Mahia, the group has already retired 56 ha of riparian margins and established 155 000 native trees. Pest control has become a key element in our community's aspirations. For more info on our holistic project go on Request membership
Whareora Landcare Request membership
Whareroa Farm Request membership
Whatoro CPCA Request membership
Whites Bay DOC land around Whites Bay, following Black Jack's Track, Puketea Track some of the Foreshore and tracks near the camp site. Request membership
Whitireia Park Request membership
Windy Hill Sanctuary A 770HA ecological restoration project situated on south eastern Great Barrier island. Integrated plant and animal pest management began in 1999. The Trust employs a field team of 5 to systematically manage 5000 rat stations, 60+ cat traps, hunt pigs, maintain 80+ km of tracks and remove invasive weeds. Management of ship rat and kiore is undertaken using balance of trapping and bait. Over 50,000 rats have been trapped and an unknown number poisoned. A comprehensive monitoring programme began in 2000 - birds, lizards, invertebrates, weta, seedlings, rats and freshwater streams are monitored to an annual programme. The landscape is a mozaic of broadleaf podicarp mature forest, mature kanaka forest, regenerating manuka and coastal forest. Much of this is undisturbed from ridgetop to coast with the bulk of the Sanctuary uninhabited. Threatened species present include: kereru, kaka, black petrel, grey faced petrel, striped and chevron skinks, pacific and forest geckos, and pateke. Request membership
Woodburn Reserve Request membership
Woodside Hill section with lots of trees and rats! Request membership
Wye Creek Monitoring Please load CTC1, CTC3 and CTC4 into this project Request membership
Wye Creek Trapping Queenstown Climbing Club's favourite climbing area - lots of great rock climbing with fantastic views over Lake Whakatipu. We also have several native replanting projects in the area. Request membership