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Eric Armishaw Reserve 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.

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FANTAILS Pest Control

Trapping around our Rural Section

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FOTBR - Friends of Tawa Bush reserves

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".

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Faraday Rise

Sections on Faraday Rise, and on Faraday Reserve.

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Farewell Spit Stoats Possums Rats and Pigs Request membership
Fawcett Rd Request membership

Rat bait stations, 21 Ambush. Timms Traps, 6

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Field Reserve

Coords 1) S40deg 53.862' - E 175deg 01.744'
2) S40deg 53.880' - E175deg 01.772'
3) S40deg 53.898' - E175deg 01.754'
4) S40deg 53.960' - E175deg 01.836'
5) S40deg 53.915' - E 175deg 01.941'
6) S40deg 53.805' - E175deg 01.804'

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Five Mile Bay, Taupo

Northern Five Mile Bay, Taupo

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Flagstaff Request membership
Fonterra Kauri Farm Request membership
Forest & Bird Manor Park Restoration Project

The Manor Park restoration project was initiated by Old Blue recipient Russell Bell. Lower Hutt Branch is working to establish an eco corridor across the Hutt Valley at Silverstream (See Eco corridors) We have permission to clear weeds and plant on the northern end of the Manor Park Golf Course, KiwiRail land, and some riverside land administered by Greater Wellington.

A new thrust at the Park has been the introduction of intensive pest control. Because of the large amount of grass present, there is a healthy mouse population that exploit the annual production of grass seed in the Autumn. Also we know that there are about 10 rats per hectare in a place like Manor Park, giving about thirty rats present at any time. Bait stations have been placed on a grid roughly 20 metres by 20 metres using Brodifacoum, and this seems to be working well. Progress can be measured using tracking tunnels. The Lower Hutt Branch purchased bait and traps from Greater Wellington Regional Council and received good support from Hutt City Council. With appropriate pest control of rats and mustelids, there is a desire to re-introduce skinks back to the area.

One of a number of highlights at Manor Park was its dubbing as an unofficial skink sanctuary! In short, a proposed sub­division at Kelson saw us put in a formal submission to the developer, that included the request for a herpetological survey be done at the site before the bulldozers moved in. The survey, to be done by the professional lizard experts EcoGecko, used a hundred pitfall traps over two weeks. This produced 63 skinks (a third gravid) of two species, being the Common Skink (Oligosoma polychroma) and the Copper Skink (Cyclodina aenea). The Department of Conservation considered the pest control work being done at the park was enough to allow the skinks to start a new life in the safety of Manor Park, where, along with rat and mouse control, twelve hedgehogs are now resting in their hedgehog heaven!

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Foxhill Farm predator control

600 acres with remnant bush areas

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Frank Frethey Place NP

one box rat trap, one opossum cage and some rat baits in the garden shed.

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Frankley School Predator Free Project

Pest free school, Trapping the predators so we can have more native birds at our school.

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Frankton Track - Queenstown 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.

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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.

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Friends of Haulashore Island

Predator control on Haulashore island to protect bird life and lizards

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Friends of Hekerua

Project includes DOC ALLOT 111 Waiheke Parish SO 44838 DOC 535/ 'Goodwin Reserve'. AC Ocean View Accessway, Ocean View Plantation Reserve and Burrell Rd-Ocean View Accessway. Also includes neighbourhood group properties.

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Friends of Maungauika

Animal control and monitoring

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Friends of Rangitane Stream

Friends of Rangitane Stream community group is controlling predators and planting native trees on the margins of Rangitane Stream. We are creating a wildlife corridor along the stream to protect at-risk native birds (such as dabchick, bittern, fernbird, kiwi) and improve stream ecosystems

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