Karaka, have you had enough of rats chewing the corks off the Pinot stash, possums beating you to the avo’s, stoats and ferrets hassling the rescue hens? Do you just want to give our native critters and plant’s a chance?

The Karaka Residents & Ratepayers Association are kicking off the Predator Free movement in the local area. Subscribe below to keep up to speed and contact John if you want help or can help.

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.

Map your gear
Printable instructions

John Abbott – Predator Free Karaka

Get Involved

  1. Subscribe to the project newsletter.

Map your traps and bait stations and keep records

  1. Register on Trap.nz
  2. Join the Karaka 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.