Coast Care rabbit control
Coast Care contractors are undertaking rabbit control for 2013.
The control work is necessary to protect past and present dune restoration plantings undertaken by Coast Care volunteers.
Warning signs will be erected before any poison is laid and will be replaced with danger signs when the poison is present.
Please follow all instructions on signs.
For their own safety, dogs MUST be kept on leashes when walking through the dunes and should NOT be allowed to wander in to the treatment area.
BAITS ARE DYED GREEN
DEADLY TO DOGS
DO NOT TOUCH BAIT
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
FERAL ANIMAL CARCASSES MAY CONTAIN
||Ohiwa Spit, on or around 15 July 2013. Rabbit control is expected to take up to 14 days
This operation is using Pindone pellet baits laid on shade cloth mats where rabbit sign is found.
For further information about Coast Care rabbit control please contact the Coast Care Coordinator at Bay of Plenty Regional Council. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0800 884 880.