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Recording your observations


 
FeralPigScan can be used to record information on:
  1. Sightings and numbers - where have they been seen?
  2. Damage - The damage or problems they are causing
  3. Control activities - Locations where control has been undertaken.

The more information entered into FeralPigScan the more useful the map will become.

Step 1 Register your details

 
Register your details to join the FeralPigScan or simply record information with a valid email address. You do not need to register but it will make it easier for you to view your own data, and enable the FeralScan team to keep you informed about how your data is helping to control feral pigs in your local area.

Step 2 Map your observations

Image by S Lapidge

 
Record wherever you see feral pigs, their impacts or control activities such as baiting. To enter data, zoom to your current location and place a marker on the map, then insert the details of your observation in the form provided. Mobile phone users can also enter data while in the field.

Step 3 Submit your record 

 
Submit your record and view the details in the All Sightings or My Data tabs. View other observations in your local area entered by other community members. You can also upload your photos to the Photo Gallery and they will display on the website.

Thank you, your record has been submitted.

 

Uploading many records

 
If you have a large number of feral pig sightings you would like to import into FeralPigScan, you can enter these sightings into the bulk data uploading template (below) and email that file to the FeralScan Team to upload on your behalf.
 
Step 1. Open the bulk data uploading template (Excel file). [Download]
 
Step 2. Add your sighting data, and save the file to your hard drive.
 
Step 3. E-mail the file to feralscan@feralscan.org.au.
 
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CONTROL ADVICE

  • Set up pig traps where there is ripped soil, but well before you intend to use them so pigs get used to them - John
  • Traps can remove a large mob of pigs where-as shooting often only removes a few - Crooksy
  • Email your control tips to feralpigscan@feralscan.org.au and we’ll display them here
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