Students from Saint Catherines College building wēta hotels as part of their Papa Taiao enterprise.
Newlands College student leaders analysing their tracker pads to identify pest and native species that are on their grounds.
Students from Aotea College study by candle light in Turere Hut in the Rimutakas.
Students from Wellington Easts Girls College describe the different techniques employed to identify species using paw prints and scat.
Aotea College students marking where he places his traps in the RImutakas.
Newlands College students monitoring their grounds to identify which predator species are present.
Hutt Valley High School student perfecting his trap setting procedures.
Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ngā Mokopuna present their Kororā protection project to Wellington Council.
Trappers carrying heavy trap boxes in to the Rimutakas.
Tawa High School students doing a species monitoring in their school.
Student leaders from Wellington High School, Onslow College and Newlands College in the Rimutakas participating in the Papa Taiao Predator Free Secondary NCEA assessment camp.