NFMV coordinator invited by PII to attend meeting
NFMV coordinator, Nunia Thomas was invited by the Pacific Invasives Initiative to attend a meeting on the design of a Resource kit for rodent and cat eradication projects in the Pacific from the 6th – 7th April, 2009 at the Tamaki Campus of the University of Auckland.
Fiji was represented by Nunia Thomas (NFMV) and Elenoa Seniloli of BirdLife International – Fiji programme.
Other countries from the region included Western Samoa, Kiribati, New Caledonia and New Zealand – all of whom have also conducted rodent and cat eradication projects.
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We sincerely thank Souad Boudjelas, Batiri Hughes; Jo Ritchief of PII and their team for inviting NFMV to the meeting.