Our devices are developed for use within a Remove and Protect model for predator management. Their primary purpose is to detect and trap possums, rats and stoats before they can re-establish a population within a predator free area. To that end, our devices need to be highly effective and reliable. We are confident that they meet these requirements.
Compared to other devices that are currently available, our devices have a high up-front cost, but this is off-set by their relatively low operating cost – particularly when used at scale in remote landscapes.
If you are looking to manage predators in your back yard, community or local reserve:
Our friends at the Predator Free New Zealand Trust have some great advice on their website, including recommended traps, where to buy them, and quick guides to trapping best practice.
If you are interested in joining a community group near you:
The Predator Free New Zealand Trust also provides information about community groups around the country who are contributing to predator control in New Zealand.
If you are looking for support to help you or your community establish a predator control program:
You may like to contact your local DOC Predator Free Ranger, or your local Regional Council, who can provide advice on tools, best practice and safety information.
If you have a product inquiry, please contact us at email@example.com, or request a quote via the product page(s) above, and one of our team members will contact you within 5 working days.