CRNHS — Curry Rivel Wildlife Google Map is now available for all.
|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.|
|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. email@example.com?subject=Curry%20Rivel%20Wildl|
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