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Titi inspires formation of Bluff Hill group

Libby Furr sports a small dollop of robin poop, having just released one of Bluff Hill’s first group of translocated South Island robins.

Libby Furr sports a small dollop of robin poop, having just released one of Bluff Hill’s first group of translocated South Island robins.

Predator Free New Zealand Trust (PFNZT) featured BHMET in a story on the website. It’s a nice reminder of the journey that BHMET has taken as we approach our 10 year anniversary. Click HERE to read the story.

PFNZT is committed to dramatically reducing NZ’s predator populations, including rats, stoats, possums, weasels and ferrets……….to protect our native species and see their populations increase in our lifetime. It’s one of the most ambitious conservation projects undertaken in NZ – ambitious, but achievable.