Goodnature is committed to providing pragmatic solutions to one of our most serious environmental problems - biodiversity decline - through the design and manufacture of automatic traps that humanely kill pest animals and then reset themselves.
The traps are humane and toxin free and have been designed to save you the time and effort. Operating them is a breeze - you don't even have to get your hands dirty.
Goodnature is constantly working to develop new products to make it easy for everyone to control pests in their backyard, however big.
We can halt biodiversity decline by eradicating the pests that eat our native species; it's that simple.
TRIO CREATE TRAP COMMS PROTOTYPE
Jourdan Templeton, Nathan Holland and Stephen Quayle, third-year University of Waikato Computer Science students, have created a prototype communication system designed to enhance conservation management protocols. Goodnature established a line of A24 traps in the Hamilton Gardens with the team in October. Each trap had a small transmitter connected that records each time it is triggered...