Let's Talk Wildlife and Nature

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Richmond residents were asked to help identify the attitudes they had towards wildlife and natural places in Richmond. Collected responses will help the City develop socially and culturally sensitive public education, programs and policies that are responsive to community needs.

This survey was part of a study conducted by a University of Victoria Masters student and the City of Richmond's parks department.

Thank you to everyone who participated.

Richmond residents were asked to help identify the attitudes they had towards wildlife and natural places in Richmond. Collected responses will help the City develop socially and culturally sensitive public education, programs and policies that are responsive to community needs.

This survey was part of a study conducted by a University of Victoria Masters student and the City of Richmond's parks department.

Thank you to everyone who participated.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded. Thank you to everyone who participated.

    You are invited to participate in a study entitled Knowledge, attitudes and activities around wildlife and nature that is being conducted by Linda Love, a student in the Masters of Public Administration program in the department of Public Administration at the University of Victoria.  This research is being undertaken to fulfill the degree requirements of the Masters program. Linda can be reached by email to lclove@uvic.ca if you have further questions.

    This research is being conducted under the supervision of Dr. Lynda Gagné. You may contact her at 250-721-8063. The client for this project is the City of

    You are invited to participate in a study entitled Knowledge, attitudes and activities around wildlife and nature that is being conducted by Linda Love, a student in the Masters of Public Administration program in the department of Public Administration at the University of Victoria.  This research is being undertaken to fulfill the degree requirements of the Masters program. Linda can be reached by email to lclove@uvic.ca if you have further questions.

    This research is being conducted under the supervision of Dr. Lynda Gagné. You may contact her at 250-721-8063. The client for this project is the City of Richmond. Questions may be directed to Marie Fenwick, Manager, Parks Programs, Community Services Department, City of Richmond, at 604 244-1275.

    Your participation in this research is completely voluntary. If you do not wish to answer any question you may skip the question. You may also stop the survey at any time without any consequences or any explanation.

    Please view the entire letter of information for implied consent in the flyout menu.

    Consultation has concluded