Gray Triggerfish Sighting Form
Contact Information - NECWA will not share your contact information with any other organization or business. This information will only be used to verify the sighting information.
General Sighting Information
Note: Please enter the GPS coordinates (latitude and longitude) if you know them. If you did not record these coordinates for this sighting, you can provide an estimated location by using Google Maps or Google Earth.
On Google Maps, place the cursor where the animal was seen and double click to bring up a dialog box providing the latitude and longitude.
On Google Earth, place your cursor where the animal was seen and the latitude and longitude will appear on the bottom right.
If you need to convert your latitude and longitude to decimal degrees, go the Earth Point website at https://www.earthpoint.us for a free online converter.
Also, latitude and longitude if typically indicated on a cell phone's compass app. Take a screenshot of this window and send with photos to NECWA. Also, there are many free apps that you can download onto your cell phone that provide GPS positions like "My GPS Coordinates."
Upload Images - Please upload any photographs of the Gray Triggerfish you were able to collect.
If possible, take photos of both the right and left side of the fish.
Send any additional photos or videos to NECWA at email@example.com.
Thank you for sending us this sighting report of a Gray Triggerfish. Only the sighting information will be shared with other researchers who are also interested in this species.
NECWA is also interested in sightings of basking sharks, ocean sunfish, torpedo rays, thresher sharks, Diamondback terrapins and box turtles.
Go to www.necwa.org to report your sightings.
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