Predator Free New Zealand Showcases the CatchIT Programme–December 2015

Predator Free New Zealand is a charitable trust organised to protect native New Zealand plants and animals by eliminating the threat of introduced predators such as stoats, weasels, rats and possums.

The trust provides education, networking and scientific and economic support for local, regional and national predator control initiatives and helps to educate the public and government by identifying the economic cost of introduced predators so that sound decisions can be made about controlling and eliminating them.

The trust recently publicised the efforts of The Forest Bridge Trust and the CatchIT programme as an innovative and effective means of predator control and you can read their blog post by clicking here.