* 1. How often do you use BARS?

* 2. Do you use BARS for?

* 3. What are your main uses of BARS? (For example - Local Biodiversity Action Plan/Partnership, condition of grant funding, organisation reporting)

* 4. On a scale of very important to not at all important, please rate the following features of BARS

  Very Important Important Mildly Important Not at all important Not sure N/A
Ability to record action on species
Ability to record action on habitats
Action status (e.g. underway, planned, completed)
Action type (e.g. survey or monitoring, habitat management)
Action objective (e.g. to increase habitat resource by restoring features)
Action feature (e.g. specific species, habitats)
Action amount (e.g. area, instances)
Action progress
Action location
Project collaboration
Project progress
Project targets
Project reports (e.g. project action details, project action amount summary)
Action reports (e.g. action list, action amount summary)
Action maps

* 5. What do you find are the strengths of BARS?

* 6. What are the limitations of BARS? What do you feel are the main barriers to your use of BARS?

* 7. How satisfied overall are you with BARS?

* 8. What other systems do you use to record and report on biodiversity action?

* 9. Do you have any other comments? Please leave your name and organisation here if you wish to.

Thank you for taking the time to provide Wales Biodiversity Partnership with feedback on BARS. Your input is very useful to us.

For any further comments or any questions, please contact Holly York, Wales Biodiversity Partnership at hyork@wtwales.org
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