Live Trapping - Web Entry
Live traps are traps that have to manually be set and baited such as conibears, snap traps, legholds, conibears, ect.
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Web - trapping set up for the web 

set up and populate your drop down lists

Trapping has a bunch of associated lists

Trap Groups (optional)
 Trap groups are polygons that represent groups of traps by trap type. You can give a trap a trap group. The it can be summarized or organized by trap group

  1. Add it

  2. name it

  3. Edit it

  4. Update it

  5. Activate it

  6. Deactivate it

  7. Copy geometry from one polygon as another

  8. Download - as a shapeflie or KML

Traps are location of traps on the ground. Data is organized by location. So if you move a trap you more all the data associated with it to the new location. Captures, checks ect. So it may be best to deactivate the trap and create a new one if you need to move it.

Traps can be edited under features and in the map during a trap check

  1. Add a trap

  2. Edit a trap

  3. Save a trap

  4. Deactivate a trap

  5. Update a trap

  6. Deactivate a trap

  7. Copy geometry from one trap to another - copy the lat, long 

  8. Download traps - as a shapeflie or KML - download all or a selection

  1. Sort and select on the list view

  2. View photos on list view

  3. Add Trap Checks

  4. Add a capture

  5. Add a new trap

  6. Edit an existing trap data

Export Trap and Capture Data

  1. Click export and you can export your trap and capture data for external use

Perform Quality control on your data and check off that is has been done right

Trap Dashboards and Reports
we can create and publish custom trap dashboards and reports
contact for more info

View Traps in ArcGIS
we can create custom services so you can serve your trap data into arcgis desktop or arcgis online and make your own fancy maps
contact for more info

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