Dear RSPB community,
My name is Adam Searle and I am a geographer at the University of Cambridge. My research examines human relationships with nature.
With a team of researchers at the University if Cambridge and the University of Oxford we are coordinating a nationwide survey to better understand how lockdown measures have affected peoples' everyday interactions with nature. If you have a spare five minutes or so over the coming weeks, we would greatly appreciate your input on our anonymous questionnaire, which will be used to understand human-nature relationships during lockdown across a range of geographical contexts:
Many thanks for your time, and stay safe
In reply to Dave - CH:
Likewise, good luck and also completed.
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In reply to HAZY:
In reply to admsrl:
You're welcome, and have a good weekend to.
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
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