Hunt to Preserve

We preserve our land through hunting and trapping and matauranga Māori initiatives.

We love the fact that every deer we hunt we are removing an animal who loves to graze our bush. Indiscriminately eating all the fresh shoots of the newly growing undergrowth.

When we hunt on farms, we shoot turkeys and hares and eat them for dinner. The possums we pluck and sell their fur.


We love the Eastern Whio Network eastblished by our good friend Hamiora Gibson aka Sam the Trapman.

This is a hunter lead conservation project in the Upper Waioeka area. EWL has 26km of trap line which protects the endangered Whio (native Blue Duck). Every 4-6 weeks they enjoy getting out and connecting with the nghere as a whanau.