Hammers flew and saws squeaked this term as we taught the next generation the art of trap-building. Two schools have been busy building traps for Moehau Environment Group this winter. Students from ten classes at Point View School in Howick are once again building rat trap-boxes as part of their technology class. The school hopes […]CONTINUE READING →
A new approach to managing our catch data will help organize, publicize, and nationalize the results of our trapping efforts. Between our Kiwi Sanctuary and the Coromandel Kiwi Project, Moehau Environment Group maintains almost 1000 stoat traps on the Coromandel Peninsula. Each month, every trap is checked, any kill removed, and the trap is cleaned, rebaited, […]CONTINUE READING →
Our Annual General Meeting will be held on Saturday 1st October at the Colville Hall. The meeting will start at 10am with a light lunch provided afterwards. The meeting will include the election of Officers, and updates from our Chair and Coordinator. Everyone is welcome. Hope to see you there!
Moehau Environment Group is running a free lecture series over the cooler months, bringing in experts and ideas to warm the brain cells. Come along and take part. April 18: Deep sea – Observing the deep, driving ROVs Jeff Williams operates Remotely Operated Vehicles in the depths of the oceans. Jeff will speak on the expeditions […]