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Chirp design insights with Goodnature's product designer, Chris

Chirp design insights with Goodnature's product designer, Chris
Last week, we launched Chirp in Australia. Chirp is the brain of your A24: it keeps track of your trap activity and sends it to your phone from where you can visualise your trapping efforts and those of the trapping community. We chat with Chris, the product designer behind the Chirp cap, and share his design process and the challenges he faced while creating Chirp.

Why a predator-free New Zealand is possible when we’re united.

Why a predator-free New Zealand is possible when we’re united.

In the naughts of last century, Wellingtonians woke to the sound of whales scraping the barnacles off their backs and thrashing in the shallow waters of Oriental Bay. 

In the naughts of this century, it was a different story - mostly without whales and with only a few native birds creating a ruckus. Almost every part of New Zealand has seen plummeting populations of native birds and Wellington was no exception. 

Decades of volunteer effort restores native lizard population

Decades of volunteer effort restores native lizard population
High on the rugged hillsides of the Paekākāriki Escarpment track on the Kāpiti Coast, Paul Callister and his team of committed volunteers from Ngā Uruora community conservation group, have been spraying weeds, trapping pests and planting native plants for nearly 20 years. It’s not easy or paid work so we were lucky that Paul had time to tell us his story - about what keeps him going and what attracted him to the project in the first place.