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About this app

Trap.nz is the collaboration tool of choice in the march toward Predator Free 2050. Used and funded by many of NZ's regional councils it provides project coordinators, volunteers, and landowners the ability to each play a core role in dramatically improving the environment we live in.

The app is your on the ground tool for mapping, locating and managing trap, monitoring site and bait station records:

- Simplified data entry (no more spreadsheets)
- Seamless on-line / off-line synchronisation (no network coverage required)
- Built in 5 minute bird count functionality
- Real time status of installations
- Scheduling and daily logs
- An array of base maps including topographic, street, aerial and parcel boundaries
- Integration with many remote monitoring tools (such as econode and celium)



To get started you will need a Trap.NZ account and a project. It's free, so sign up and join or create a project at https://trap.nz

Trap.nz takes away the need for in-house GIS skills and for larger projects removes the many hours of managing spreadsheets. Providing evidence and accountability for funding becomes trivial.

With a Trap.nz project you get:

- User management (control access levels, assign traps etc)
- Access to powerful reporting including Heat Maps (all at the click of a button)
- Printable maps (great for non-techy team members)
- Reporting across multiple projects
- Import and export data at any time (for use in other systems)


Trap.NZ is provided by the passionate folk at Groundtruth Ltd with the amazing support of:

Northland Regional Council
Auckland Council
Hawkes Bay Regional Council
Taranaki Regional Council
Predator Free Wellington
Taranaki Mounga Project
Project Janzoon
Manaaki Whenua (Landcare Research)
NEXT foundation
Regional Council Biomanagers Group
WWF
Updated on
Jul 31, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

What's new

Moved installations now logged in app.
Date field added back to forms in line mode.
Map tile overhaul to show national map, and fix intermittent tile missing issue.
Tile download size limits and warnings
Sensor status tweaks and new icons for same day pending state.
Disables proximity servicing while a record form is open