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Managing Directors

Kay Griffiths
021 629 584

Craig Single
021 886 295

Ph (06) 8577291

707 Tod Rd, RD 1,
Waipawa 4271,
Central Hawkes Bay,
New Zealand.


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New Zealand developed without any predatory mammals, such as cats, possums, stoats, weasels and rats, and so in areas where they are present and we want vulnerable species such as lizards and bats to increase, they must be controlled.

The first step in many instances is to find out what sort of density the introduced animal that is to be controlled is in the area.  This is done by using tracking tunnels or sometimes night time spotlighting.

Control is usually done using integrated methods of trapping and poisoning, or shooting. 

Stoat trapping
Stoat Control a review