Hike and help pikas

  1. On your smartphone, download the ArcGIS ‘Survey 123’ app, available for both iOS and Android.
  2. Open the ArcGIS Survey 123 app. You may get a pop-up asking to allow permissions for location, photos, recordings, camera use, etc. Click to Allow.
  3. Click ‘Continue without signing in’
  4. On your smartphone, return to this page and click this link. A ‘Pika Observation’ form should load in the Survey 123 app.
  5. Enter your pika data! We love receiving photos because they help us confirm the sighting is in fact a pika.
  6. To record another observation, return to the ArcGIS ‘Survey 123’ app and select ‘Pika Observation’ form.

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is dedicated to preserving, protecting and perpetuating the state’s fish and wildlife resources.

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