GET YOUR DATA IN.

We’ve heard through the grapevine there have been plenty of pests caught in the traps over the last month.  If you have any data to submit please enter it on the TRAP DATA SUBMISSION page or email it to endeavourinlet at gmail dot com. Keep up the great work! Advertisements

FIRST STOAT!

The stoat which was caught in the DOC200 at site S003.  You can tell it’s a stoat as opposed to a weasel by the black tip at the end of the tail. The first stoat caught in the Endeavour Inlet Conservation Trust traps was discovered this morning by two early morning trap checkers.  Catches of … Continue reading

MEET SOME OF OUR PESTS: STOAT – Mustela ermina

Stoats and weasels are similar in colour and general appearance, but stoats are larger, have longer tails and a straight line where the brown fur on their backs meets the white belly fur. From 350-400mm long from nose to tip of tail, the stoat is reddish-brown above, white to yellowish underneath, and has a long … Continue reading

MEET SOME OF OUR PESTS: Felis catus

“ It is estimated that feral cats have been responsible for the extinction of six endemic bird species and over 70 localised subspecies as well as depleting bird and lizard species.[19]“