The Smithsonian  wants some help in making their citizen science efforts a little more relevant to the public. 

So if you are not a zoologist and can take their eMammal Survey it will help them get some 'baseline' values of what people know about critters.

It has questions about camera trap picture identification, some wildlife questions, and several questions about attitudes toward conservation and wildlife in general. At the end they ask for some basic demographic information but all information is anonymous and they do not capture any information that could identify you individually and any information that is somewhat personal in nature (such as education level) will only be used as summary information for comparative purposes. There will also be a place you can contact them if you are interested in volunteering or for more information about eMammal.