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FeralScan is a community resource to help people monitor, map and manage pest animals.

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What to record

 
RabbitScan is a purpose-built community website and App for recording rabbit activity, warrens, damage and control activities.
 

Sightings or evidence of wild rabbits

Such as observations of wild rabbits, footprints, scats, warrens or camera photos. The more information you record, the more informative the wild rabbit map will become over time. Rabbit hot spots will start to emerge, which can be used to decide where control should be undertaken.

Damage from wild rabbits

Such as damage to crops, gardens, building structural damage and impacts to native vegetation etc. Recording the damage that wild rabbits cause is important for deciding when and where control should be undertaken. It can also be used to help you access resources and support.

Control activities

Such as baiting, trapping, ground shooting, warren and harbour destruction etc. Recording control activities can help you to (1) create a map of where you are focusing your efforts and keep a record of where you have used a technique, (2) evaluate whether changes are needed, and (3) help you work with your neighbours to synchronise control to get the best outcomes.

All information regarding control is managed privately.


How to record information

1. Register and Login - Register as a new user here. If you have forgotten your password, click here.

2. View existing data on the Map - Zoom to your location on the map, and click on any existing records. Please note, only publicly visible records display on the map. Private records will not display on the map.

3. Adding a new record - Select the 'Record Data' button at the top-left of the Map, and then select 'Sightings', Damage' or 'Control'

4. Selecting the location for your record - Click on the map to place a marker on the map at the location for your record.

5. Submit your record - Answer the questions and submit your record. You can select to share your record with everyone (Public), or keep the record private (Private).


Found a deceased rabbit?

Report rabbit disease by submitting a rabbit tissue sample for laboratory analysis to help us map the distribution of rabbit bio-control throughout in your region.

Click here to learn how to collect a tissue sample for analysis, and click here to report a disease affected wild rabbit.

 

View Group Records

If you are a member of a private group, click on 'Select Data' at the top right of the Map, and select your group name. Once selected, the map will display your group's records. If you wish to create or join a local private group, contact us for assistance.

When part of a private group, you can view all records from all members (including private records) which can help you to prevent wild rabbit problems, respond to wild rabbit issues, and plan future control activities together as a Group.

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