Predator Free 2050 (PF2050) brings together those who envision a flourishing Aotearoa with abundant native wildlife and forests. Communities, iwi, experts, businesses, government and non-government organisations, and individuals like you are all working together to achieve it.
2021 marks five years since the Predator Free 2050 goal was set and a great amount has already been achieved. The 5-year progress report.details the successes of the programme as a whole and the investments made over 2016 – 2021.
It also assesses the intitial progress made against the seven interim goals outlined in the Predator Free 2050 national strategy. It encompasses the wide range of activities carried out by communities, iwi, researchers, local and central government, non-government organisations and individuals in pursuit of the Predator Free 2050 goal.
The rats in New Zealand are introduced pests and threaten the long-term survival of native species.
Stoats are 'public enemy number one' for New Zealand birds.
The possum is one of the greatest threats to our natural environment.
Use this resource to investigate introduced predators in your school grounds or another local green space.