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Squirrel Observation Form

Observation Location

This map is just a reference to ensure latitude and longitude are accurate, you can not change the latitude and longitude with it.
Many sites let you find lat/long. Eg. http://www.findlatitudeandlongitude.com/ or http://itouchmap.com/latlong.html. You'll have to copy and paste it into here, though.
Latitide (decimal)
Longitude (decimal)
Location Precision (I'm pretty sure the squirrel was at most this far from the point specified.)
Location Description (Optional)
About You
ID or Email Address
Your Name (if Citation Desired)
Citation if Observation is not yours
Observation Time
Year
Month
Day
Hour (24 Hr)
Minute
Time Zone
Time Precision (Are you giving the sighting to the nearest minute, hour, day, etc.?)
Species Information
Species
Subspecies (optional)
Single Animal Observation (Optional)
Sex
Other notes on Apperance
Activity
Activity Additional Notes
Area Observation (optional)
Observation Area
Animals of indicated species Active
Drey/Den Count
Additional Comments
Administrative
Send me a copy of this observation (e-mail address provided) Check for yes.
Can sciuridae.org contact you about this observation? Check for yes.
Please note that I may print the information you have provided in a table to accompany the range map. I will keep your e-mail address confidential, but for the rest of the columns, only provide information you are willing to share. Eg. if you don't want your name associated with the record, leave the name column blank.
If you'd like to submit pictures for the web site, either e-mail me, or reply to the copy of the observation you receive.

Do you want to become a citizen scientist with "Project Squirrel" hosted by the University of Illinois?
Projectsquirrel.org is collecting user information about gray and fox squirrels to see how human demographics coorelate with squirrel populations, and I'm sure they'd appreciate your input.
Plus it's easier to use than this survey.