Here are a few videos to help you set up and maintain your trap, along with case studies showing our traps in action.
Welcome to our video library
Rats stop stealing the chicken food
Rats were eating Rachel’s chicken food, chewing holes in feed bags and making a real mess in the backyard. By taking a few easy steps and setting up an A24 trap for rats, she got her rat problem under control. Watch how she did it.
Rats stop eating compost
Melissa’s compost was infested with rats. Every time she lifted the lid, the rats scurried away. By taking a few easy steps and setting up an A24 trap for rats, she got her rat problem under control. Watch how she did it.
Rats stop getting into rubbish
Rat-free Native Island a world-first
Watch how our A24 traps control rats on Native Island in Southland, New Zealand - a world first! Because the network of traps is well maintained, rats are kept under constant control. The island is now a haven for native birds.
Automatic Lure Pump makes trapping easier
Our Automatic Lure Pump (ALP) makes it easier for you to keep your rats and stoats under constant control. The ALP steadily dispenses fresh lure from your A24 trap across 6 months, reducing the number of times you need to check it from 12 to just twice a year. Watch this to find out more.
Rodent Detector cards help you think like a rat
To successfully get rid of your rat problem, it’s important you assess (don’t guess), where to position your A24 trap for rats and stoats. Our rodent detector cards show you where your rats and stoats feel safe to eat. See how they work.
Protecting New Zealand one trap at a time
By making it smarter and easier to keep pests under control, we’re helping more Kiwis do their bit to protect New Zealand wildlife. Find out why we do what we do.
Our automatic traps are protecting whio
In 2013, a network of our automatic traps were installed in the Waiokotore Stream to help protect whio from stoats. Automatic Lure Pumps (ALPs) have been installed to keep lure fresh for 6 months. Watch to learn more.
Automatic traps beat traditional traps
Chantelle from the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic undertook a research project comparing the effectiveness of our automatic traps over traditional single-action traps. The results were impressive - watch to learn more.
Four mice, one trap, one night
From our trials, we know over 80% of pests killed by our traps are scavenged by other animals within 3 weeks and over half within 48 hours. Because you might not always see evidence of your success, we recommend you add a Digital Strike Counter to your trap to do the counting for you.
Mice killed humanely
When it comes to being humane, our traps have been independently tested and meet the highest international standards. We set up an A24 trap with a clear shroud to show you how mice are killed instantly and humanely when they brush past the highly sensitive trigger inside.
A24 traps save endangered turtles
Our A24 traps successfully removed rats from Maria Langa Key, south of Puerto Rico. Watch these endangered sea turtles hatch and make it safely into the sea.
A24 automatic trap – Installation
The Goodnature A24 trap is simple to install. This video walks you through each step to set you up for trapping success. So your trap stays constantly attractive to pests, remember to refresh your lure every six months. If you prefer to read a guide, and to learn more, visit here.
Automatic Lure Pump – Installation
The Auto Lure Pump (ALP) is the latest advancement in Goodnature’s world-leading conservation technology. These instructions explain how to first activate and then install the ALP into your A24 so your trap stays constantly attractive with fresh lure for 6 months without any need for maintenance visits.
Digital Strike Counter – Installation
The Goodnature Digital Strike Counter reveals the work your A24 and A12 traps are doing independent of scavenging events. Learn how to fit one to your trap and also catch our essential maintenance tips.