Details of this species in Titi Is.
Source: Island Conservation and Ecology Group, 2004
Species Notes for this Location:
Management Notes for this Location:
Rattus rattus was eradicated from Titi Island in 1970, in a programme undertaken by the New Zealand Wildlife Service (led by B. Bell and D. Merton). The eradication was achieved using two hand broadcast applications of warfarin, at a cost of $100 (Gaze, 1983; Veitch and Bell, 1990; D. Veitch, pers. comm.; D. Merton, pers. comm.; J. Russell, pers. comm.).
The vegetation of Titi Island (32 ha) is primary forest.
Last Modified: 30/06/2006 2:12:08 p.m.