Our traps

why trapping is important

Pests do an extreme amount of damage to our native birds, killing an estimated 25 million each year. They lurk everywhere, including in your backyard where our native birds are (or want to be).

Trapping is proven to be one of the easiest, cheapest, and most effective ways of controlling pest numbers. It creates a type of ‘halo’ effect, providing a safe haven for birds in the area. The more traps in an area, the greater the size of the bird haven.

That means by having a trap in your backyard, you are proactively contributing to making New Zealand pest free by 2050.

Order yourself a trap below for only $25. We will ship it to you for free, along with bait and instructions so you can get started immediately.

As an added incentive, we also reward you for catching pests by paying you with Pest Free Tokens ($PFT).

This makes us not only the cheapest trap supplier in New Zealand, but also the only one to incentivise your contribution.

The pft trap

A sturdy wooden tunnel trap, made by hand to last.

Each trap comes with bait and instructions.
Everything you need to start catching pests.

We ship anywhere in New Zealand for FREE.

Order one for your backyard for only $25.

how to get started

Order a trap

Order a trap for your backyard to start protecting your local native birds.

Register your trap

Register your trap to receive Catch Payments each time you catch a pest.

Set your trap

Bait and set your trap to lure in pests. Watch local bird numbers increase.

Scan the QR code

Scan your trap’s unique QR code each time you catch a pest to get paid.


Per trap



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Project features

Get rewarded for catching pests

We’ve gone the extra mile to incentivise catching pests.

Earn free $PFT tokens each time you catch something.

Simply scan the QR code on top of the trap.

Explore the Trapmap

Help us get a PFT trap in every suburb of New Zealand!

Explore our Trapmap to see if your suburb needs your help.

Click on each trap to see how many pests it’s caught.

our trap coverage

of suburbs
of towns
of regions

Our traps in action

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