Inventors and Distributors of: Black Trakka, a system which allows species and gender specific identification
The Black Trakka™ was developed in NZ by Warren Agnew and is now used in many countries. The product specializes in species identification and can even identify individual mammals by the size of their feet. Approved as standard operating procedure with NZ Dept of Conservation. Used by research Scientists internationally.
Perfect For Home Monitoring
Use the Black Trakka to track animals living around your home! Easy to set up, lightweight to transport, and affordable for the average household. A tracking information guide is included with each order of tracking cards for new customers. Set tunnels around your home to help locate pests, and engage in helping New Zealand become predator free by 2050!
Key places to set the Black Trakka:
– Compost sites
– Veggie Gardens
– Flower Gardens
Once pest tracks are located, it’s easy to substitute the inked tracking card with a Kness rat trap. We have found that this trap works best in our tunnels, as it can be triggered from either direction and the size fits perfectly inside the tunnel.
Eliminating pests from your area will help assist NZ in becoming predator free by 2050. In addition to locating pests, you can even discover unique, friendly animal species on your property. Identify the tracks of lizards, geckos, frogs, wetas, and other insects using the Black Trakka.
INTRODUCING OUR LATEST RODENT REDUCTION PRODUCTS
KNESS SNAP-E TRAPS
Kness Snap-E Traps guarantee results. Made of durable polystyrene and steel, these traps are capable of outsmarting even the sharpest mouse. Traveling only 90 degrees, the kill bar’s reaction time is far faster than any rodent and can be tripped from either side. When placed in a Black Trakka tunnel, these traps are escape proof. Contrary to wooden traps, they resist staining and odour build up while staying easy to clean and reusable year after year.
Features a vertical strike bar, pre-formed bait cup, and large trip plate.
Easy to set: Pull back slowly on upright bar until locked firmly in catch. Place inside Black Trakka tunnel for optimum results.
Easy to release: Pull back slightly on upright bar until rodent is released.