There is a big community of dedicated conservationists in Drury. Neighbours are working alongside each other to cover entire roads and streams to bring back our taonga. In addition, Winstones are running a big trap zone around their quarry, and they are dead keen to get nearby landowners to connect up with them to make one massive pest-free quarry halo.

If this is your neck of the woods, subscribe to the newsletter and join our Trap.nz project to get involved.

Already have traps and bait stations?

We would love it if you could map them on Trap.NZ, and even better, keep records of what you catch. Don’t worry, the exact locations are kept private, it just lets us know roughly where action is happening in the area.

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Printable instructions

For more information contact Julia, and for all Winstones-related queries, contact Cameron

Peter and Riet van der Gulik are the Drury contact for getting free equipment. If you need bait or traps for your property, just call or email them.
Landline – 09 2948905
Mobile – 021-0639060
Email – pr.gulik@gmail.com

Get Involved

  1. Subscribe to the project newsletter.

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Map your traps and bait stations and keep records

  1. Register on Trap.nz
  2. Join the Drury Project
  3. Install the Trap.nz app

Use the app to map your traps and bait stations and to keep records of when they’re rebaited and when captures happen. Watching the App Help videos is the best way to get started.