The forests and beaches of Abel Tasman are once again filled with the birdsong that awakens and delights visitors.
Kia whakaoho te mauri o te Ata-hapara. Kia rongo, Kia Kite, Ki te reo koro tui o Te Tai tapu
Introduced pests, such as rats, stoats, possums and wasps, have had a major impact on the local native bird and insect populations as well as their habitat. Our current predator control programme extends right along the Abel Tasman National Park coast from Marahau to Awaroa.
We currently maintain 865 traps year-round using the following designs: