This survey was drawn to our attention by Stephen Larsson from the Shooters and Fishers Party. It’s a survey being conducted jointly by the NSW Government’s Office of Environment and Heritage and the National Parks and Wildlife Service. They are keen to hear from organisations and individuals who are involved in work for the conservation of threatened species in New South Wales. That work can be voluntary or otherwise. Obviously hunters are involved in his sort of work in a major way, through our efforts in controlling pest species. Therefore it is very important that as many hunters as possible complete this survey to let the government know what wonderful work we do in conserving threatened species, and to put that fact on the public record. The survey is only one page long and won’t take long – so please take a few minutes to fill it out. You can access the survey HERE.