Our Predator Control Specialists (PCS) work as part of a collaborative team to monitor and control non-native invasive vertebrates including cats, rats, mice, barn owls, and feral pigs within three endangered Hawaiian Petrel and Newell’s Shearwater colonies in the remote and mountainous Hono O Na Pali (HONP) Natural Area Reserve on Kaua’i. PCSs work under the direction and guidance of the HONP Seabird Mitigation Project Associate Biologist (AB), and the Hallux Ecosystem Restoration Lead Biologists (LB). The PCSs operate, maintain and manage various types of traps for invasive mammals, and participate in hunting operations, following Hallux Ecosystem Restoration standard operating procedures, safety protocols, AVMA humane standards, state and federal laws and IACUC protocols. PCSs

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