Help shape a National Nature Reserve for Bradford

Natural England and Bradford Council are working together to create a new National Nature Reserve in the Bradford District and are seeking the views of local residents on the shape and purpose of the new site. As people interested in landscape and nature, Bradford Forest School Network invites its members to complete the survey

This new National Nature Reserve will celebrate the stunning landscapes and amazing wildlife we have in and around Bradford. National Nature Reserves also help protect, restore and help us to appreciate and restore nationally important biodiversity (animals and plants) and/or geodiversity (e.g. rocks, fossils, minerals and landforms). They are also places for people to come and enjoy nature, learn more about it and do something to help nature close to where they live. 

As a potential visitor, they are interested to hear

1) What would encourage you to visit a National Nature Reserve? 
2) What benefits you would like a National Nature Reserve to offer you and/or Bradford? 
3) Where you think the National Nature Reserve could be? 

 They would love to hear your views and would appreciate it if you could take 5 minutes to answer a few questions.  Click here to complete the survey

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