Launched in 2018, Towards Predator-Free Taranaki was New Zealand’s first landscape-scale project, removing rats, possums and stoats from around Taranaki Maunga.
Removing rats, possums and stoats will make the single-biggest difference to protecting our precious native wildlife and plants, improving lifestyles and supporting livelihoods, particularly Taranaki’s primary industries and tourism.Read more
I’ve heard a ton of comments recently about the thriving bird life in Kaitake– everyone seems to have a story of more tūī, kererū or pīwakawaka (fantails).
It’s awesome and it’s why we do what we do.
Read more from Towards Predator-Free Taranaki project manager Toby Shanley