585 days ago

Predator Free Ngaio - free trap for your backyard

Jeremy Bloomfield from Predator Free Ngaio

Our next trap pick up is tomorrow, Sunday 23 June (9-10am), at 85 Chelmsford Street.
Join over 550 households that are already trapping in Ngaio backyards. Help rid our suburb of rats, mustelids and other predators and support native flora and fauna to flourish.
In exchange for the trap we ask that you report back regularly how the trapping is going. We will keep you in touch about progress in our community aim to become a predator free suburb.
If this date / time doesn’t work you can contact us at predatorfreengaio@gmail.com to arrange another time.
Hope to see you there.
Jeremy Bloomfield

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