ATTENTION: The Adopt-A-Trap system is currently being upgraded and this is expected to be delivered by 1/8/2021. Th upgrade will allow for easier adoption of traps, more real time trapping results and will replace our existing systems. All existing adoptions that we have received payment for within a year will be honoured. Thank you very much for your amazing support since Adopt-A-Trap was launched!
The Halfmoon Bay Habitat Restoration Project on Rakiura / Stewart Island aims to protect and encourage the birds already in the township area, and eventually re-introduce those species that have disappeared from the area due to mammalian predators. To make this happen, SIRCET carries out a pest control operation in a 210 hectare area from Golden Bay Road to Ackers Point.
By adopting a rat trap you are helping us fund the costs involved in maintaining this network, from the comfort of your own home!
For an annual subscription of $40, you will get to choose your rat trap on the map, give it a name and have access to a personalised dashboard page showing the results from your adopted traps. This is a popular gift idea for those that have a passion for conservation and a great way to get involved in saving our endangered species.
1. Please Donateif you donated, but have not adopted a trap, one will be chosen for you
2. Adopt A Trap
Zoom in until traps are at their smallest size and then click the trap you want. A popup will appear in the top left corner of the map. Click the link in the popup This will bring up a form to allow you to name your trap and add a photo. See example below:Refresh if the map is not responding or your trap(s) are not showing on the map or try the Full screen app
Please donate if you haven’t already done so
Traps that are adopted without donation will be removed from the system
Please log in below with the email address you used to Adopt a Trap
We are currently upgrading our system and you may not be able to see rat results by logging in. We are working on a solution
For our full trapping results app go here:
SIRCET would like to thank Scott Sambell of nzgic.org for training and support as well as the Department of Conservation for use of their trapping system. SIRCET’s Adopt a Trap is based off the system built for Glenfern Sanctuary https://www.glenfern.org.nz/adopt-a-trap. Please support the amazing work they do.
Kiwi photo ©M.Billard & L.Mugnier