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Brett Request project membership
Bring back the bird's

We Have been traping in our back yard and found out that we have mice and Hedgogs and we thought that we should start traping in gardens and bush in our area.

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Bring back the birds

This project covers the Coronet Peak ski area linking into the Predator Free Arrowtown catchment at the north edge of the ski area boundary and extending south to Skippers saddle along the Rude Rock cycle trail.
The trap lines will focus on existing trails, access ways and ridge lines sectioned into 5 lines using 55 traps spaced approx 200m apart.

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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

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Brookfield Predator Free

Brookfield as a 255 ha property at the upper end of Moores Valley Road owned by Scouts NZ. The initial 50 acres was bequeathed by Mary Crowther on her death in 1958. She had inherited the property, being a farm and orchard, from her parents, her father having established the farm from the bush. The Scouts subsequently purchased another title of 580 acres creating the larger property. Over the years various generations of Scout volunteers have added different facilities to the property to the extent that today accommodation is available for 130 people in different facilities and 800 people can camp. While in Scout ownership conservation has always been practised at Brookfield, a more thorough approach is underway given the property borders the GWRC 'mainland island' within it's water catchment. Sectors covering over a third of the property targeting possums, stoats, weasels and rats are already in place and further trap placement is planned.

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Brookside +

Local community backyard trapping

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Brynderwyn Barrier Request project 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.

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Buckland Request project membership
Buffalo Biodiversity Request project membership

I am the owner/operator of Bugless Pest Control eradicating rodents and possums from private properties on the North Shore Auckland, West Auckland and Central Auckland

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Bulls rd Pokaka Request project membership

Hemo Gorge, Rotorua

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Burrell Busters

A group of sociable neighbours on a small Waiheke Peninsula called Matenga Point that are keen to protect their patch from pests and support the Waiheke Predator Free movement

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Bushglen Reserve

20 rat traps, 5 Timms possum traps, 1 DOC200 stoat trap in Bushglen. 2 in the wetland between Helvetaia + Bayside Dr, 4 in Bayside Reserve

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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 -

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Butler Point Request project membership
C2C Cameras

Camera traps for Cape to City

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CCVC Te Kopahou Request project membership
CS Traps Request project membership
Cam's backyard Request project membership
Camp Hill Pest Control Request project membership

25 acres of hilly land with streams

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Canterbury Spotted Skink

Predator trapping for protection of Canterbury Spotted Skink (Oligosoma lineocellatum) at Orana Wildlife Park

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Cape Foulwind

Bye bye rats n stoats, hello Little Blue Penguins.

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