Other projects

Project name Description Links Group
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
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
Bobs Cove and Closeburn Community trapping work in the Bobs Cove and Closeburn Areas Request membership
Bream Head Restoration 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 - www.otataralandcare.org.nz 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 and lizards etc. Kia ora taatou, kia kaha, happy hunting. Welcome! - predatorfreecashmere@gmail.com Request membership
Charlie's Angels - town belt care Town belt near MacAlister Park focussing on ridge above Finnimore St 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
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
Dolphin Divers Possum trapping in Kumutoto Bay Request membership