If you would like to help protect a local park or reserve or another public place that is special to you, which is not already covered by an existing project, please contact us at email@example.com. We can help set you up with tools, traps, bait and other equipment and provide training and guidance on how to work safely to achieve your goals.
We are also keen to support the formation of new neighbourhood predator clustors. These are groups of neighbours that help to set up, maintain and monitor predator control lines through their local area, especially in and around areas of ecological importance. Get in touch if you’d like to set up a predator control cluster in your neighbourhood by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please report all the volunteer hours you spend on a project, so we can keep track of your awesome work!
Finally, we are currently taking expressions of interest from individuals and organisations keen to participate as volunteers for our catchment-scale predator eradication, stream restoration and pest plant control programmes. These programmes will include elements of citizen science, as we will need volunteers to help with environmental surveys such as predator monitoring, water quality testing and bird counts to help us assess our progress.