Wildlife Trusts Great Big Nature Survey is live

The UK’s largest people and nature survey run by the Wildlife Trusts seeks to understand how public opinion on surrounding nature is changing over time.

grey heron on a lake

The federation of independent wildlife conservation charities, the Wildlife Trusts run the Great Big Nature survey to find out what people in the UK think about nature and how we, as a society, should protect it. The results also help the Trusts lobby the government over its environmental policies and priorities.

Everyone around the UK and islands can participate in the survey and share their thoughts on nature, how it affects them, and what society should (or shouldn’t) do to protect it. To date, the Wildlife Trusts report that 21,000 people have already taken part.

The Great Big Nature Survey 2024/25 will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.