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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.

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Cardrona Alpine Resort

The entire Cardrona Alpine Resort area, including access road, is to be covered with a comprehensive trapping programme as part of our effort to protect the native Karearea with which we share our Maunga.

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Carlow Grove

A possum, rat and mouse traps

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Carters Scenic Reserve

this is the Carter Scenic reserve trapping line, that goes around the whole reserve.

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Cashmere Predator-Free

A backyard trapping initiative in the suburb of Cashmere, on the peri-urban fringe of Christchurch city, supplying traps towards a Predator Free Port Hills and Cashmere. Target species: opossum, rat, mustelids e.g. stoat. To join, please "Register" for this website and "Request membership" for the Cashmere project. In the request comment, describe your set-up work that will be added to the data map here. You can later add more trap and catch or check details as they occur. A record of trap results is important to monitor and control pest species. Help to bring back our native birds, lizards, amphibians, insects and bats. Kia ora taatou, kia kaha - careful & conscious, humane 'happy trapping'. Welcome. - Cashmere Predator-Free

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Castaways Request project membership

Live trapping of feral cats, potential to expand to kill trapping of rats.
Planting to encourage bird life.

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Catchin rats in Moturoa

Catching rats in Moturoa

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Catlins Bats on Maps Request project membership
Cecil Peak Stoat Traps Request project membership
Cemetery Road Landcare Request project membership
Chain Hills Restoration Project

A community-driven initiative to restore the extensive forests along the Chain Hills, Dunedin. Our vision for the future is that the forests of the Chain Hills are flourishing and safe enough to support the reintroduction of precious native species like the South Island robin. To achieve this we will need to reduce the abundance of introduced predators like possums, stoats and rats and then keep their abundance at low levels.

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Charlie's Angels - town belt care

Town belt near MacAlister Park focussing on ridge above Finnimore St

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Chetwood Farm

11 hectares at Burgess Park

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Chico Biodiversity Request project membership
Church Bay Farm Project

We have deployed Good nature A24 Traps to keep rodents out of the buildings on the property,to prevent damage caused by them getting inside or in the roof etc.
We have also deployed Victory Traps in tunnels and DOC200 traps as well in areas on the property of ecological importance.
We have added mouse traps where we know there are mouse poulations that we are missing with the larger traps.

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City Sanctuary Request project membership
Claremont Bush - Timaru Predator Control

Trapping in Claremont Bush.

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Clark Family Trust Request project membership
Clarke Valley

Clarke Valley trapping

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Clarkes of Crown Terrace Request project membership
Clarks Beach Request project membership
Clearwater Request project membership
Clutha river bank

Four A24 stoat/rat traps
Two A12 possum traps

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