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Day 2: Tools and Technology

Day 2 Keynote: Bruce Clarkson - Urban Ecological Restoration

Bruce Warburton - Transformational levers: wireless trap monitoring

Pouri Rakete-Stones - Low cost farmland predator control and the tools to achieve this

Andrew Gormley - Less traps but still delivering large scale success (optimising trapping)

Peter Handford - A new way of trap data collection:

Patrick Garvey - Long life lures: how close to reality for field use?

Al Glen - Developing use of PAPP to control feral cats on farmland

Panel discussion - Practical implementation of large scale predator control. Campbell Leckie, Pouri Rakete-Stones and Phil Bell

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