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Tataraimaka Pā Request project membership
Tauhoa Trappers

Tauhoa is a small community in a rural area with several pockets of native bush, wetland, riparian margin and a long harbours edge which holds a substantial area of saline vegetation. Australasian bittern, fernbird, banded rail, banded dotterel, Caspian tern and spotless crake have been observed in the area and we hope to protect these threatened native birds by undertaking trapping of mustelids and rats, possums will be contolled too as they are abundant in this area. 

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Taumata Request project membership
Taupo Intermediate Grounds

1 DOC 200 trap at present

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Taupo Scouts Lake Front trapping Project Request project membership
Tauraroa Road Landcare Request project membership
Tautuku Restoration Project Request project membership

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.

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Tawa MenZshed

Two DOC 200 traps on the site of the Tawa MenZshed, one besides the Porirua Stream and another adjacent to the FOTBR nursery

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Tawaiparera stream connection Request project membership
Tawatawa Reserve Request project membership
Tawhiti Boundary Request project membership
Taylors Mistake Trappers Request project membership
Te Ao Turoa Project (managed by E Tu Rongo Ma Tane)

Whanganui Papakainga sits along the western shores of Taupo moana. Whanganui makes up part of Ngāti Te Maunga hapū a sub tribe of Ngāti Tuwharetoa. The whenua is managed by the Whanganui Maori Reservation Trust. Te Ao Turoa project is managed by E Tu Rongo Ma Tane, our kaupapa is to support the dreams and aspirations of the hapū. Our Mission is for Whanganui papakainga to be a healthy and safe environment for current and future native and endemic species of flora and fauna (predator free hapū by 2050) our Vision is to control the pest animal and plant populations within our papakainga, our Goal is to create a long term strategic plan on how we will achieve our vision to also include research programs, monitoring projects and implementating reintroduction regimes of mahinga kai and taonga species.

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Te Arai AC Request project membership
Te Arai Forest Troop

After purchasing from a dairy farmer in the 70s, my father and friends fenced off two of the bush blocks on the northern face of the hills on Cames Rd. The land had previously had been used as overwintering blocks for a dairy herd normally based down in Tomarata. Since it was fenced off, there has been some limited trapping and shooting of Possums and baiting for Rabbits. From early 2017, we have moved into a more comprehensive and organised pest management strategy for the property at 174 Cames Rd and surrounding bush blocks. We are using a combination of Timms traps, A24s, A12s, DOC250's, Protecta, Big Cheese and Sentry bait stations in managing rats, mice, stoats, weasels, ferrets, feral cats, hedgehogs and possums. The goal is to eventually create a pest free biodiversity corridor linking to the Brynderwyns in the North and the offshore island sanctuaries to the East. The Te Arai Forest Troop includes direct neighbours to coordinate the restoration of this amazing slice of forest. Take the round me tour of the project below.

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Te Arai Regional Park Request project membership
Te Hoe Bush Restoration Project

Protection and restoration project for 240ha regenerating forest block near Te Hoe township east of Huntly

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Te Horo Natives

The name Te Horo Natives sums it up...We are an open and growing group of locals/caretakers of Te Horo, who are passionate about looking after, and further developing the native flora and fauna of our beautiful Te Horo area. Focused on protecting our unique native birds, lizards, insects and plants from predators. Join us, and be an integral part of helping Te Horo be a leader in the drive for predator free 2050. The group was started in 2018, by a few private land owners within Sandown Estate area...Te Horo Predator Free here we come.

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Te Kauri-Waikūkū Reserve

Te Kauri-Waikuku Reserve

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Te Koru Pā Request project membership
Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ngā Mokopuna Request project membership

Trap 1

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Te Manawa

Regeneration of native bush on a 68 hectares piece of land owned by 6 families

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