Spot a feral animal today and help create a national map;
Feral Month is an experiment in ‘citizen science’ where we ask you, the audience, to report any feral animal sightings across the country during the month of January.
Whether you have spotted feral camels in Oodnadatta, cane toads in Townsville or feral cats in your back alleyway we want to know about it.
Take your camera out with you and add a photo to your report if you can get one, then go to the map to see what feral animals have been spotted in your area.
You can submit your reports via SMS, email, online form or Twitter.
SMS your report to 0459353323 and make sure you include your exact location and what animal you saw
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Use Twitter, including the hashtag #feralmonth and make sure you mention your exact location and type of animal
Use the online form at the Feral Month map
ABC Local Radio will report back on the sightings in your area, and this information will go to help the Invasive Animals CRC and others researching the spread of feral animals in Australia.