GUIDED HUNTING

Conservation & Wildlife Management

ABOUT
US

OUR STORY

Like many islands across the globe, introduced species have severely disrupted the balance of New Zealand’s indigenous ecosystem. Through predation, resource competition and habitat destruction, invasive pests have driven many native species to the brink of extinction.

At Trap and Trigger, we collaborate with international communities and iwi to accurately evaluate and manage invasive populations. Our highly skilled ground and air operators make use of both cutting edge thermal imaging technology and modern methodologies to safeguard our native biodiversity in the most effective and considerate way.

Trap & Trigger is an innovative
conservation
and wildlife
management service provider

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OUR SERVICES

We offer a range of services using state-of-the-art techniques and technologies that aid us in preserving and restoring balance in our wilderness, ensuring a sustainable future for Aotearoa’s wildlife.

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OURIMPACT

Our award-winning, pioneering approaches are transforming the New Zealand wilderness.

170+
170+
Involved Wildlife Projects
21,430+
21,430+
Field Hours Undertaken
243,200+
243,200+
Hectares of Land Serviced
35+
35+
Critically Endangered Species Protected
Wellington Region

The Pest-Free
Peninsula

Increasing local birdlife by eradicating mustelids and reducing the rat population from 10,000+ to fewer than 30 in the urban, industrial and bush landscapes to achieve a complex eradication, working alongside Predator Free Wellington and the local community.

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Northland Region

Detecting
Deer

How we used Thermal Animal Detection Systems (TADS) to collect data and create a plan for Northland’s native forests to become free from feral deer.

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Bryant Range

Protecting
Plant Life

Our operation to manage the goats, pigs and deers of Nelson’s water catchments and their unique ecosystem to prevent the destruction and extinction of their plant life.

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GET IN TOUCH

We’d love to collaborate with you to ensure a sustainable future for Aotearoa’s wildlife using our conservation expertise.

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