Technology to support conservation groups | monitoring, surveys and record keeping.


To find out more call Wendy on +64 22 526 1972 or email wendy@whiterata.nz

We are based in Tutukaka, Whangarei

How We Help

WhiteRata specialise in providing advanced field based technology solutions for conservation projects. We help you to collect the right data to plan your work and monitor the results. Simple and easy to use, our solutions are customised to suit your project.

Advanced Technology Solutions

WhiteRata help you and your team to implement mobile technology to identify species, locate target species, plan and record work. Examples of data collected are trapping records, plant pest surveys, bird monitoring, recording volunteer hours and health & safety sign-ins.

Monitoring & Surveys

WhiteRata use field based GIS technology (mobile solutions) to carry out regular monitoring and surveys for plants & birds. If you and your team need help to get you started with the right protocols or to regularly monitor and audit results let us know.

Pest Plant Specialists

WhiteRata help you to plan and manage the implementation of pest plant control programmes. We work with you to survey the area for plant pests, determine the key threats and provide a work plan (recommended approach) for control.

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Our solutions are easy to use

WhiteRata specialise in providing field based technology solutions for projects such pest control (plants and animals) and species monitoring (key species, pest species).

We help you turn your paper forms into digital for mobile data collection in the field. This means you are capturing the right level of data to plan your work, record your progress and monitor the results. We are a certified Locale Central wholesale partner, and can help you and your team get set-up by customising the templates to suit your needs.

Examples of data collected are trapping records, plant pest surveys, bird monitoring, recording volunteer hours and health & safety sign-ins. The data is easily exported for upload into TrapNZ, eBird/New Zealand Bird Atlas Project, and other GIS technologies.