Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park Authority, the Cairngorms National Park Authority and Scottish Natural Heritage are conducting a survey of the public’s perception of ‘wildness’ and ‘naturalness’ of land cover in Scotland.
‘MVA Consultancy’ and ‘Research Now’ have been commissioned to design and conduct a survey using a representative sample of the Scottish population, and among residents of and visitors to the two National Parks.
I have been asked by the John Muir Trust to make this available to all Scottish readers of the blog. If you could spare ten minutes or so of your time to fill in the survey I would be grateful.
They are keen to receive a high response from ‘more informed’ members of the public such as hill-walkers and others who enjoy the outdoors on a regular basis.
The survey is at the following link and it should take about 15 minutes to complete. If you send it on to others please use this url as the one that displays when completing the survey is unique. Please also note that the closing date is 10 February.
The more people who complete it, the merrier.