Recently the Tiakina Whangārei team visited urban trapping groups in Wellington to hear about the amazing community-led mahi that is underway to rid their city of rats, possums, and stoats. This trip
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With a few spare hours on his hands post-retirement, John Cook decided it was time to give back to his local community. A logical place to start was tackling the growing rat population in the nearby
In September and October last year, Whangarei residents were asked to take part in a pest mammal survey across Whangarei. 'Chew cards’ were given away to people at the Whangarei Growers’ Market and
Ever wanted to get hands on with encouraging native birds back to the city and helping to manage those pesky rats in your backyard? Come and see us after your fruit and veggie shop at Whangarei
The article below is about the rat trapping and general kaitiakitanga done by Mairtown tamariki. "Over the past two terms we have become the kaitiaki (guardians) of two very important rat traps.