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A module is an additional form that becomes active under certain circumstances.

For example, if you introduce a colonial breeding species during the breading season, the colony module will activate to request more detais about the colony.

Mortality Module

If at any point it was indicated an individual was dead or injured, this section will appear before saving the record. Please provide details.

Indicating the cause of death or injury.

1. Condition: tick as appropiate dead or wounded.

2. Choose a cause: choose the most accurate cause of death or injury.
Find shortcuts to the most used causes in Common causes (number 4 on image above). If you select the cause from this panel, the corresponding All causes panel will open highligting the path in yellow (see example below).
When the cause of death or injury is not represented in Common causes select from All causes (number 5 on image Indicating the cause of death or injury. Choose a cause approximation from this panel, and a more accurate one from the panel that will open underneath (see image below). The cause selected is highlighted in yellow (see image below as an example for human voluntary destruction, hunting).
Be as precise as possible, but if are not confident of the cause choose Unknown (number 6 in image below). When you know the general cause of injury or death (for example, due to human voluntary destruction) but not the details, choose the general cause and then unknow (number 7 on image below).
Depending on the cause, the system will ask for further details (number 8 in image below). If this is the case and you have the information, choose the most accurate item from the expandable menu.

Example of cause of injury or death.

Collision with a means of transport includes all type of collision between a human mean of transport and the animal.
Destruction/Deliberately removed includes all related to fishing, hunting or poaching, poisoning or collecting by humans.
Indirect destruction includes all human work or human infrastructure that is not volutarily done or created with the goal of destroying or removing animals, but does indirectly (for example, power lines, wind turbines, forestry activities, algriculture nets, pollution, windows...).
Natural cause includes predation, meteorological events, natural disasters (i.e. volcanic activity), falling from nests, exhaustion, illness, accidental drowning (note if the drowning occurs in a man made structure, i.e. swimming pool, the cause of death or injury will be considered "Indirect destruction").
Unknown indicates the cause of death or injury is ot known.

3. Comment: leave a comment if necessary.

Provide further details by expanding the Event follow-up section at the bottom.

Event follow-up.

1. Open/close section.
2. Animal collected Indicate if the dead or injured animal has been collected.
3. Recipient Select from the expandable menu which institution has the animal at the moment.
4. Radiography Indicate if a radiography has been taken of the dead or injured animal.
5. Given answer
6. Name of recipient/museum Enter the name of the person or institution that has the animal.
7. Collection reference Provide the reference if this animal is now part of a collection.

Click SAVE when done, or PREVIOUS to move to the previous page without saving.

Rarity Comitee (RC) Module

Colony Module

Bearded vulture Module