Predator proof fences are a proven and effective means of isolating areas allowing all pests to be removed and threatened species reintroduced. Arguably, they are the only effective tool we have against predators. However they are expensive. This idea relates to making the fences relocatable and progressively moving them down NZ to achieve the ZIP (Zero Invasive Predator) goals. This idea involves firstly designing the fences to be relocatable and secondly having a progressive campaign...
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- Have a national plan, clearly identifying where the kiwi areas are now and where they will be in 1, 2, 3 - 25 years so that people know what's coming, where and when - Some kiwi areas of Northland already have dog free subdivisions so there is nothing new about this concept. - Once the whole concept of dog free zones is established then the principles can be extended to domestic cats, thus benefitting the bird population, cats should hence also be included in any legislative action.....
Wasps are becoming a major problem in NZ to people venturing outdoors, few people have not been stung and the stings are painful and the effects long lasting, often extending over a week. Finding wasp's nests is often difficult, they can be underground or hidden under stairways or decks. This device would be located outdoors in an area traversed by wasps. It silently monitors their flight paths over a day and then works out in which direction the wasp's nest is located. The...
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