Connecting with your neighbours

If you want to offer your support in any capacity (even offers of  cups of tea or a BBQ for working bees go a very long way), or join the Predator Pulse programme, please contact one of the neighbourhood co-ordinators. 

Contact your neighbourhood co-ordinator first!

As a resident of South Titirangi, you have the opportunity to create or contribute to projects from your own backyard.  The first step is to contact your local Neighbourhood Co-ordinator - a list of phone numbers is in the map to the right, or click here. 

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Your co-ordinator can put you in touch with the local expertise and learning that grows as we go, and help you with the practical aspects of your projects. Resources - such as weed bags and bait - can also be available.

​The network is active all along South Titirangi, Woontons/McEldowney, Tinopai, Paturoa, Mahoe, Grendon/Warwick, Otitori Bay, Tanekaha, Okewa, Opou, Valley Rd, the Parade/Miha  and Wood Bay Rds. 

Do you live outside the STNN area?

Thanks for your interest in the work we are doing. We unfortunately can't help you directly but please take a look at these sites for more information:

EcoMatters - for a great resource covering the West Auckland area.

Predator Free NZ - for advice and resource on trapping and predator eradication.

Trap.nz - find projects close to you. They may be able to help with advice.

Trap.nz

Make sure you have signed on to Trap.nz so that we can keep a record of all the pest control work we have done. 

Other options

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