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Predator Free 2050
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How to use your Predator-Free Kit
Step-by-step guide on everything you need to know about using your Predator-Free Kit and how to use it for effective rodent control.
Learn More Help Save our Native Birds by Making New Zealand Rodent and Predator Free
Every year in New Zealand around 25 million native birds are killed by introduced predators like rats and mice and possums.
Learn More How Rodent Control on Your Property Impacts Native Birds
We all have a part to play in a Predator Free 2050. Rodents are not native to our ecosystems and threaten our nation’s natural native - taonga.
Learn More Kiwicare Predator-Free Kit
Help save our native birds by ridding your backyard of rodent predators. Every night in New Zealand approximately 68,000 native birds are killed by introduced predators which have resulted in Aotearoa having the highest rate of threatened indigenous species in the world.
Learn More Predator Free NZ Update - September 2022
Did you know that introduced pests and predators threaten our native bird song and have resulted in New Zealand having the highest rate of threatened indigenous species in the world?Eradicating…
Learn More The Devil's Eye
Kiwicare’s support of Predator Free 2050 includes supply of predator control products to the Devil’s Eye project on the West Coast.
Learn More New Zealand's Native Birdsong
The History of Aotearoa New Zealand's BirdsongTectonic forces separated Aotearoa New Zealand from the supercontinent Gondwana about 80 million years ago.
Learn More Aotearoa New Zealand's Introduced Mammal Pests
The History of Aotearoa New Zealand’s Introduced Mammal PestsRatsPacific rats (also known as Kiore and Rattus exulans) were brought to New Zealand by Polynesian settlers in the 13th century.
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