New weapon against Otago possums

To read the latest news about how the Bait Safe is helping the Otago Peninsula Biodiversity Group become pest free of possums, check out the news article posted in NZFarmer and on stuff.co.nz by clicking on the link below:

Stuff.co.nz New weapon against Otago Possums

Bruce Kyle, Otago Peninsula Biodiversity Group


 

The Bait Safe offers a solution for providing an effective delivery of bait, while excluding native wildlife and other non-targets including livestock from accessing the toxins within. Its unique design has been developed and tested by innovators, scientists and field experts, and has successfully proven its effectiveness in field trials conducted by TB Free and the Department of Conservation.

The Bait Safe is widely used by the Department of Conservation, regional councils and pest control operators for large ground-based control, we also intend for the tool to be used by landowners, community trusts and volunteer groups as it includes many other features that make the Bait Safe both an easy and safe tool to use, suitable for any user regardless of skill level.

 



The Bait Safe has a weatherproof design that keeps bait protected and palatable, requiring less servicing. 

Includes phosphorescent lures that glow at night attracting a greater of possums to the unit.

Incorporates a stack-able design that enables Bait Safe's to be interlocked together to easily carry packs into the field by hand on on back.

 

Made only in New Zealand using durable materials that resist UV damage, rodent chewing and harsh weather, it is made to last for long-term sustainable use. 

Provides a delivery solution for predator-specific toxins currently being developed on the market, by reducing toxin waste and avoiding any contamination to the environment through effective targeting.

 


We are pleased to support the endeavors by Predator Free New Zealand in partnership with Department of Conservative to remove major threats to our native wildlife and help restore New Zealand’s natural environment for many future generations by becoming pest free by year 2050.

To help contribute to this ambitious goal, we believe it is our duty and responsibly as a society to use the most effective and efficient methods of pest control that protect our native environment while targeting these invasive predators that have our native wildlife at risk of further extinction.


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