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goodnature rodent detectors
Goodnature Rodent Detector Cards are essential tools to maximise your rat trapping success. Learn how the cards help you find the best places to set your A24 rat traps.
Scavenging of dead pests from below Goodnature traps is a very common occurrence. Do not be surprised if you see no evidence of kills, this could be the reason!
four dead mice in one night
John had mice raiding his pet food and decided to set a couple of Goodnature A24 traps. He sent us this footage after catching four mice in the first night with one trap.
five rats and 2 mice
Leave your A24 trap in place to continue managing pest populations. This trap has killed a multitude of rodents over time including these 5 rats and 2 mice.
clear shroud mouse kill
The clear shroud on this Goodnature A24 trap allows you to see how quickly and humanely mice are killed when they brush past the highly sensitive Goodnature leaf trigger.
A24 RATS – URBAN – KARORI
John lives on a 516 square metre property in Karori with an overgrown section to the rear and a neglected bush reserve across the road. After relocating his A24 to find the right spot to trap, John has tallied 21 dead in 29 days.
A24 RATS – RURAL – MORRINSVILLE
Laurence Giles is a farmer operating north of the Waikato town of Morrinsville. His property sits in the hills west of the Hauraki Plains, backing onto bush. This case study looks at how Laurence invested wisely to get success through Goodnature technology.
A24 STOATS – COMMUNITY GROUP – TONGARIRO
Goodnature A24 traps have been used to protect whio/blue duck on the upper Tongariro River for nearly three years, in an area where no other pest control occurs.
A24 RATS – COMMUNITY GROUP – MIRAMAR
Backed by the Wellington City Council, Greater Wellington Regional Council, and a committed core group of volunteers, Places for Penguins’ project team has stepped up its conservation efforts by increasing the density of Goodnature A24 traps around kororā nesting boxes.
DOC RELIABILITY REPORT – A24
DOC measured the A24 traps to be mechanically reliable during operational use. All traps had CO2 remaining at the 6 month gas replacement period. This report outlines the process and results.
DOC REPORT – NATIVE ISLAND
DOC’s Native Island rat eradication project was successful in removing the rat population from Native Island using Goodnature A24 traps. This report outlines the process and results.
DOC REPORT – RATS 100 X 100M
DOC, using Goodnature A24 traps at half best practice density, successfully knocked down and controlled elevated rat populations to undetectable levels.
DOC REPORT – RATS 100 X 50M
The Harts Hill project established by DOC and Fiordland Conservation Trust successfully knocked down and controlled elevated rat populations in beech forest to undetectable levels using Goodnature A24 traps.