Many hands make ‘tunnels’ work!
Today I met with the very knowledgeable and enthusiastic Tony Oliver (formerly Auckland Southern Regional Parks Manager) and we discussed predator control and biodiversity in general. Tony lives adjacent to…
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950 traps and tunnels on the way (and help needed!)
I have to say this is one of the most rewarding things I have ever been involved with.
I am hopeful that groups such as PFNH can create an opportunity for almost anyone to contribute and lead a groundswell of communities committed to bettering their environment
The government announced the ambitious Predator Free 2050 program recently and throughout the country different initiatives are underway and/or now embraced within this bigger goal. In Hawke’s Bay the Cape…