BIAZA Questionnaire Reports

Each year BIAZA requests that its membership fill in a questionnare. This allows the Association to compile information on what the membership is doing and what it represents covering many areas including:

  • Visitor numbers
  • Education
  • Conservation
  • Research
  • Animal management

Please note that there will be no AQ in 2016 as the format and content is being reviewed, it will recommence in 2017.


Summaries of these reports are available:

Report published 2014 with data from 2013

Report published 2013 with data from 2012

Report published 2012 with data from 2011

Report published 2011 with data from 2010

Report published 2010 with data from 2009

Report published 2009 with data from 2008

Report published 2008 with date from 2007

Summary report of first four years of questionnares (2003-2006)

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