Congratulations to Predator Free Bay of Plenty who passed the 10,000 registered kill mark earlier this month. The Predator Free 2050 goal and movement has been receiving lots of attention lately with the programme ‘Fight for the Wild’ screening on TVNZ1. It’s a great show about our biosecurity in relation to introduced predatory mammals and…

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Detector dog teams have been available for duty in Auckland Airport since the Trans-Tasman travel bubble opened on 19 April, and Biosecurity New Zealand have plans to have dog teams in regional airports shortly. 

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It’s been a while since most of us have travelled internationally, so if you’re going overseas, don’t forget to clean your shoes and check your bags for fruit or other biosecurity risk items when you return back to New Zealand, or you could be hit with a $400 fine!

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In honour of the 10 year anniversary of the first Psa outbreak, KVH have released a keepsake booklet which captures some of the stories from the early days of Psa, to share the knowledge and lessons learnt, to improves our preparedness for future incursions.

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Bay Conservation Alliance are into their second intake of Tauira Mahi for 2021, training their next 10 cadets on predator control, map and app creation, water quality monitoring, and species ID, in order to grow our region’s capabilities to care for our natural environment.

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