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The Farallon Islands Aerial Drop Rat Poison Project

The Farallon Islands Aerial Drop Rat Poison Project
The plan to eliminate invasive house mice from the Farallon Islands has been developed and proposed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service and is to be carried out by an aerial poison drop. We take a look at the pros and cons and how Goodnature traps have been used in similar cases in the past.  

Automatic traps protect Native Island from rats

Automatic traps protect Native Island from rats
Native Island is a small inshore island - only 80 metres off Stewart Island. Covered in beautiful native bush, not long ago it was home to possums and rats in numbers that were out of control. After 8 weeks using Goodnature automatic traps, the number of rats almost halved. After 12 months, it was zero.

Toxin-free A24 traps save orchardists’ crops

Toxin-free A24 traps save orchardists’ crops
When organic-certified orchardists Geoff and Leny Leong in Paengaroa, Bay of Plenty, noticed rats and possums raiding their avocados, macadamia nuts and walnuts, they knew they had a serious problem.
For their serious problem they needed a serious solution. Humane and toxin-free pest control aligned with their ethics and organic values.