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In the last episode, we described the planning that went into the recent 1080 operation to protect kiwi chicks at Shy lake and beyond. The next step was to monitor the results – how successful were we at controlling stoats? Time to run some tracking tunnels.

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What does it to take to plan and deliver a successful aerial predator control operation in one of the most remote parts of New Zealand? Here we shed some light on the successfully delivered Wet Jacket Peninsula operation to save our Fiordland Kiwi.

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It’s been a while since our last update and the human world has changed. But in the wilds of Fiordland, things carry on as usual. Our native wildlife still go about their lives and many of them still face a struggle for existence against the onslaught of introduced predators.

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