- Departs from:
- Miramar Community Centre, 27 Chelsea St at 9am. Or get in touch to book a free pick-up from the city centre or our office in Melrose
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We are seeking volunteers to help with the initial stages of making Wellington the first predator-free capital city. The initial focus is to eradicate rats and stoats from Miramar Peninsula, with a plan to extend the strategy to the eradication of introduced predators of native birds across the entire Wellington City area.
This project involves walking sections of the peninsula and placing chew cards baited with peanut butter at locations corresponding with points on a map. We provide tools, training, health and safety management, morning tea as well as free transport to/from the project if required.
If you’re keen to contribute to this fantastic citizen led project, then get in touch today!
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