This survey aims to understand opportunities for community participation in wildlife health, and is supported by funding from the NSW Environmental Trust. The research team is in the Charles Sturt University Institute of Land, Water and Society. Survey participants must be 18 years or older and must reside in the broader Riverina region of NSW (state electorates of Murray, Cootamundra, Wagga Wagga and Albury) and Victoria (Wodonga and surrounds).

The survey results will help us to design a wildlife health surveillance system that involves the participation of larger sections of the community than has previously been achieved. You will have an opportunity in this survey to indicate your interest in further participation in the Wildlife Health project. 

The survey will take about 20 mins to complete. Participation is voluntary and you can choose not to participate in part or all of the survey.  By completing and submitting this survey it is understood that you are giving your informed consent to participate in it. You can withdraw at any stage before submission of the survey without being penalised or disadvantaged. However, once you submit the survey your anonymous form cannot be removed from the survey results.

The information you provide is confidential. If you choose to provide your personal details for a follow-up activity, your name will be immediately separated from your survey answers and your details will be destroyed once the follow-up activities have concluded. The data collected from this survey will be used in public presentations and publications; however participants will not be identified.

Please feel free to share this survey link with others who encounter wildlife through their work or recreational pursuits.
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