Category Archives: Predator Control
The results of our fantail monitoring show we started the season with 14 pairs and one single. Six months later after a long dry summer we had 15 pairs and 3 singles. The slight increase suggests that at least a … Continue reading
(by Kerry Oates) During the June 2012 workday a small group replaced all the existing traps with new double set DOC200 and single set DOC250 traps. This increases our ability to catch stoats and allows us to target ferrets, something … Continue reading
(from Kerry) Koaro are one of our native Galaxid freshwater fish species, often called kokopu. They are able climbers and are one the many whitebait species. They are heavily predated by trout and were once abundant in Lake Rotorua, now … Continue reading
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Members of the Society are now actively involved in a Predator Control Programme in the Reserve. Information can be found under the “Predator Control” button in the navigation bar.