There is plenty you can do to help! From reporting mustelid sightings to undertaking your own predator control and joining a community pest control group.

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Do predator control on your own land

Checkout our resources and identifying predators pages for more details on predator control. The Predator Free Trust also has great advice on predator control methods for landowners.

 

Join a community pest control group

There are many local groups already actively controlling rodents on Waiheke, and a few are controlling both mustelids and rodents. These groups are always looking for new volunteers.

 

Report a mustelid sighting

We’d love to know if you’ve seen a stoat (or a ferret or a weasel)! By recording sightings of these predators, we can start to form a picture of places where they are frequently active. One sighting might not result in a new trap, as stoats have a very large home range, but the combination of sightings will us to determine the layout and intensity of stoat traps as we progress. Thank you for taking the time to report your sighting.

 

JOIN OUR mailing list

Join the Te Korowai o Waiheke mailing list be kept informed and up to date.

 

MAKE A DONATION

You don’t have to live on Waiheke to support our ambition to be predator free, and you can still donate if you do!

You may wish to create a lasting personal legacy of your own or to remember a special family member who has passed on. The team will work with you to ensure that your donation is utilised for the specific purpose or purposes for which you are giving it. 

All donations over $5 can be claimed as a tax deduction.

 You can make a donation into this bank account:
ASB Bank
Te Korowai o Waiheke Trust
12 3109 0057530 00

Or send a cheque to: Te Korowai o Waiheke Trust, 0 Mako Street, Oneroa, Waiheke Island 1081

If you would like more information about how you can become a donor, please contact mary@tekorowaiowaiheke.org