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CRNHS — Curry Rivel Wildlife Google Map is now available for all.

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Introduction  
What is it? The Curry Rivel Wildlife Google Map is a map using the Google Maps "My Map" function, which we can use to share information about wildlife in and around Curry Rivel.
Who is it for? It is mostly aimed at people who live in Curry Rivel, but anyone is free to use it.
Does it cost anything to use? No, it is completely free.  
Who can use it? Anyone can see the information, but you need to be on a list to edit it. Just ask us to be put on the list.  
Instructions  
How do I access it? Just click here to see the map.  
How do I control what I see? On the left of the screen there is a list of categories, such as "Places", "Birds" and "Animals". Click on the tick next to each one to turn them on and off.  
How do I add information? When you are on the list of editors of the map, you can add information like this:  
* Click one of the categories: Places, Birds, Animals, etc. A blue bar will appear on the left of the category box.  
* Click the "Add marker" icon in the menu strip at the top of the screen  
* Click on the map; a menu box with two edit boxes appears. Type the name of the entry in the top edit box, and some information about it in the bottom box 
How do I get on the list of editors? Email someone on the Curry Rivel Wildlife group, and they will add you to the list  
How else can I add information? Send us information about what you have seen or interesting wildlife information, with a name, description, and place, and we can add it to the map for you. mattgeen@gmail.com?subject=Curry%20Rivel%20Wildl

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