The New Zealand landscape is a primeval landscape, separated away from other landmasses for so long led to a very unique assemblage of native fauna and flora including a number of flightless birds and river-nesting duck species. There were no native terrestrial mammals in New Zealand. With settlement came all of the rats, mice, stoats, weasels, cats, pigs, etc., that have slowly but surely gone about significantly reducing native bird populations specifically the national bird the Kiwi, and the national duck the Whio, or Blue Duck. But there is hope and the hope comes in the shape of a trap that is effectively removing large populations of rats, mice, and weasels. Blood Origins with the grateful support of Dikar S Coop and Bergara are investing in three watershed restoration campaigns that are delivering incredible successes for invasive species removal, pest control, habitat restoration, and an overall rejuvenation of native fauna and flora in New Zealand. The three organizations are the Eastern Whio Link Project, the SIKA Foundation, and the Fjordland Wapiti Foundation. Three great hunter-led organizations doing amazing work for wildlife and the people of New Zealand.