Thousands of predator traps installed in the Mackenzie Basin – Mathew Littlewood, Timaru Herald

DOC biodiversity ranger Tom Smits deploying one of the new traps in the Cass River Valley as part of the Te Manahuna Aoraki predator control project. It is expected that the project will eventually cover 60,000 hectares of black stilt/kaki breeding area.

OC biodiversity ranger Tom Smits deploying one of the new traps in the Cass River Valley as part of the Te Manahuna Aoraki predator control project. It is expected that the project will eventually cover 60,000 hectares of black stilt/kaki breeding area.

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