For all the conservationists out there! Behold, a pin of one of the most profound tools for conservation... the rat trappah pin!
These humane traps are key for protecting native plants and wildlife. Rats are a gnarly invasive species in Hawaiʻi, and they are one of the biggest threats to native ecosystems.
Rats destroy native plant seeds, chew up native plants, and prey upon the eggs and chicks of native birds (and even female birds sitting on nests). Plus, rats even threaten human lives by carrying the rat lungworm parasite that can cause permanent brain damage or even fatality. Thus, control of invasive rats is an absolutely necessary measure to protect Hawaiʻi. The rat trappah saves!
1.125" enamel pin with secure-double backing
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