Page One - Relationship with Important Bird Areas (IBAs)

Using scientifically robust methods, BirdLife has identified, mapped and described over 11,000 Important Bird Areas - sites globally important for nature - in over 200 countries.

BirdLife has initiated a project which aims to use new media tools, and in particular mobile technology, to make it easier and more rewarding for people visiting sites to receive and exchange information.

To inform the development of this tool, we have prepared this short questionnaire.

Thank you so much for taking a few minutes to share your thoughts.

* 1. How many Important Bird Areas do you think you've visited?

* 2. Please complete this sentence. “The majority of IBAs I visit are:

* 3. How often do you visit an Important Bird Area?

* 4. Which of the following reasons do you mainly visit Important Bird Areas? (can select multiple)

* 5. Do you collect any information when visiting Important Bird Areas?