Nick Hayward and the Rat Hunters in Paradise

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Subject: Nick Hayward and the Rat Hunters in Paradise
From: Simon Mustoe <>
Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2013 10:44:34 +1000
Wildiaries is supporting BirdLife International and Te Ipukarea Society (Cook 
Islands) by supporting cameraman Nick Hayward to accompany their expedition and 
produce a short film about eradication of rats from the island of Suwarrow. The 
film will be premiered at this year's BirdLife congress.
More information on the project can be found here:, 
along with the chance to sign up for updates from BirdLife and Wildiaries 
(follow the front page links to 'Rat Hunters in Paradise'). 
Nick will be blogging every day or so from the field ... we'll be channelling 
his exciting findings onto the site, so we can all keep updated on their 
This is a major undertaking and an amazing project. If successful, these 
hands-on initiatives have the potential to save millions of birds lives and 
secure an environmental outcome for the local population in these remote and 
ecologically sensitive places.
Simon Mustoe. 


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