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Cane toads are a major pest throughout Australia. Help protect people, domestic pets and native wildlife from the impacts of cane toads. Report sightings immediately!

 
        
 
 
   

Have you seen a cane toad recently?

 
ToadScan is a community website that allows you to record sightings of cane toads in your local area. Cane toads can pose a serious risk to domestic pets, native wildlife, and people if they are handled incorrectly. If you see a cane toad in your local area, record sightings into ToadScan.
 
By recording sightings, you can help prevent the problems that cane toads cause, and help protect the areas we all love. Land managers can use the information you record to undertake a coordinated cane toad control program, such as a Toad Muster event.
 
Your contribution can make a difference.
 

 

 How to report a sighting of a Cane Toad

  Cane toad musters can work. Photo by NSW NPWS  

1. Open the Map

 

2. Login (or register) (Reset your password)

 

3. Record your sighting

 
 
     
 

Have you seen a cane toad in NSW?

 
 
Help stop the spread of cane toads throughout NSW. A Cane Toad Biosecurity Zone has now been declared for NSW to prevent them from spreading further. 
 
If you have seen a cane toad within the Biosecurity Zone recently (marked red on the map below), report sightings immediately. Information you report will help local authorities and groups to take action to prevent cane toads from colonising new areas. 

Click here to report a sighting.

  
 
 
Cane toad identification - View photos of cane toads and native frogs

> Contact us via - feralscan@feralscan.org.au

> Learn more - www.pestsmart.org.au 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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CONTROL ADVICE

  • Trapping cane toads can be done with Light Traps that attract bugs at night - Marion
  • Email your top control tips to toadscan@feralscan.org.au and we’ll display them on this website

NEWS

  • Cane toad biosecurity zones introduced for NSW.
  • Authorities want to prevent them from spreading further.
  • If you have seen a cane toad in NSW, please report it immediately. 
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