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Wildlife gardening survey

Bryony Baxter, a student at Newcastle University, is currently distributing a questionnaire helping her BSc study of wildlife gardening. Her email is below.

It would greatly help Bryony if you could fill in her online questionnaire. It should take only a few minutes, and there are some interesting questions. Just click on the link below.

And if you belong to another gardening, wildlife or natural history society and think some of your fellow members might be interested, please pass on the details to them, too.

In future I hope to be able to bring you a summary of Bryony’s findings.

I am a student at Newcastle University studying Bsc Countryside Management and for my dissertation I am looking at how wildlife gardening is contributing to biodiversity in South East England.*

I am inviting participants from gardening clubs, horticultural societies and environmental groups in South East counties to complete a questionnaire about gardening behaviours and wondered whether you could distribute this questionnaire to your members or people who would be interested?

It is an online questionnaire with a total of 23 questions and I would really appreciate all gardening enthusiasts spending approximately 10 minutes to complete it. Results shall remain anonymous and confidential.

Here is the survey URL: https://www.esurveycreator.com/s/0b6c9d3

*Although Bryony’s research was originally targeted at Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, West Sussex, Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire and Surrey, she has now had responses from all over England, so she’s happy for anyone to fill it in.

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