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Mapping rabbit warrens in the ACT

 
Welcome to RabbitScan for the ACT. This is a new tool to help you coordinate the recording of rabbit warrens and control of rabbits throughout regions of the ACT.
 
RabbitScan ACT can be used by you to:
  • Map rabbit activity including warrens, or other evidence of rabbits such as dung piles, scratching and the damage caused by rabbits.

  • Record control activities such as baiting, warren ripping and harbour removal in your local area.

Rabbits are a major problem across the ACT. Rabbits also don’t recognise property boundaries, which is why we all need to work together to map where they occur, and work together to control them.

 
 

How you can get involved

 
You can easily help by recording where you see rabbit problems, mapping rabbit warrens, or documenting where you are involved in local control activities. Everything you record in RabbitScan will help to reduce the problem with rabbits. To find out more about how to get involved, contact rabbitscan@feralscan.org.au.
 
Use your mobile phone to map rabbit problem sites 

Start recording rabbit warrens now!

 

Click here to start mapping.

 
 

How to use RabbitScan - Download the information pack.

 
 
RabbitScan factsheet (PDF)     Presentation (PDF)  
How to use the Phone App (PDF)
Youtube tutorial (available soon)

 

                

Useful links for rabbit management in the ACT

 
 
 
 
 

Supporters

 
 

ACT Government

Invasive Animals CRC

NSW Department of Primary Industries

 
 
 
 
 
 
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