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Papa Aroha predator control operation July 2020 About Papa Aroha The Department of Conservation (DOC) manages Papa Aroha, a 961-hectare block of native forest in the northern Coromandel. Papa Aroha predator control area Cotomandel mans Cap Papa Aroha is a nationally significant habitat for taonga native animal species, including kererü, kükä, Archey's frog and the Coromandel brown kiwi. Protection of this habitat is vital for the public's enjoyment and the survival of our native species Rapore Sen Predator control operations DOC carries out predator control within Papa Aroha to control possums and rats, which browse on trees, prey on eggs and chicks of native birds and reduce food sources for indigenous species. Opou Poine DOC uses cholecalciferol and diphacinone baits at permanent bait stations throughout Papa Aroha. The baits are designed to attract possums and rats but to deter birds. We also use diphacinone in paste form, and eyanide in pellet form. Legend Matapu Point Operational area Ngohitanu Bay Source: LINZ Data Service Licersed for reuse under the Ceative Commons Atribution 30 Nevw Zoaland koence, Eagle Technology. LUNZ DOC follows consent and planning procedures approved by the Medical Officer of Health and the Environmental Protection Authority. Reduce the risk of poisoning If you suspect poisoning, contact: The products used are poisonous to humans and domestic animals. Poison baits and carcasses are your doctor or the local hospital Our next operation is in July 2020 DOC will bait the Papa Aroha bait stations in July, weather permitting. This operation follows consultations with iwi, neighbouring landowners and interested parties,. the National Poisons Centre: 0800 764 766 DEADLY TO DOGS. (if urgent) or 03 479 7248 (non-urgent and general enquiries), or dial 111. · DO NOT touch baits. . WATCH CHILDREN at all times. · DO NOT EAT animals from this area or For more information DOC Coromandel Field Base 355 Kapanga Rd. Coromandel town 07 866 1100 community.coromandeledocgovtne from within a 2km buffer zone' outside the operational area boundary. Follow this advice until December 2020. Department of Conservation Te Papa Atawbai New Zealand Government Papa Aroha predator control operation July 2020 About Papa Aroha The Department of Conservation (DOC) manages Papa Aroha, a 961-hectare block of native forest in the northern Coromandel. Papa Aroha predator control area Cotomandel mans Cap Papa Aroha is a nationally significant habitat for taonga native animal species, including kererü, kükä, Archey's frog and the Coromandel brown kiwi. Protection of this habitat is vital for the public's enjoyment and the survival of our native species Rapore Sen Predator control operations DOC carries out predator control within Papa Aroha to control possums and rats, which browse on trees, prey on eggs and chicks of native birds and reduce food sources for indigenous species. Opou Poine DOC uses cholecalciferol and diphacinone baits at permanent bait stations throughout Papa Aroha. The baits are designed to attract possums and rats but to deter birds. We also use diphacinone in paste form, and eyanide in pellet form. Legend Matapu Point Operational area Ngohitanu Bay Source: LINZ Data Service Licersed for reuse under the Ceative Commons Atribution 30 Nevw Zoaland koence, Eagle Technology. LUNZ DOC follows consent and planning procedures approved by the Medical Officer of Health and the Environmental Protection Authority. Reduce the risk of poisoning If you suspect poisoning, contact: The products used are poisonous to humans and domestic animals. Poison baits and carcasses are your doctor or the local hospital Our next operation is in July 2020 DOC will bait the Papa Aroha bait stations in July, weather permitting. This operation follows consultations with iwi, neighbouring landowners and interested parties,. the National Poisons Centre: 0800 764 766 DEADLY TO DOGS. (if urgent) or 03 479 7248 (non-urgent and general enquiries), or dial 111. · DO NOT touch baits. . WATCH CHILDREN at all times. · DO NOT EAT animals from this area or For more information DOC Coromandel Field Base 355 Kapanga Rd. Coromandel town 07 866 1100 community.coromandeledocgovtne from within a 2km buffer zone' outside the operational area boundary. Follow this advice until December 2020. Department of Conservation Te Papa Atawbai New Zealand Government