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The staff are all thoroughly professional, understand the needs of the client as well as the site and very well organised. The surveyors are efficient, accurate and diligent. On a day-to-day basis while on site they are consistently pleasant to work with and there is always opportunity to thoroughly talk through any areas of concern for what is after all a complex and sometimes bewildering subject, with potentially major consequences if plans are not followed through correctly.

Henry Bexley, Countryside Manager, The National Trust

 

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Ecology Surveys

Working with a number of national and international partners we are able to deliver a comprehensive suite of ecological consultancy services. We cover all habitats, species and groups.

Our ecological consulting services on offer include:

  • Wildlife survey assessment
  • Extended Phase I Habitat Survey
  • Protected species survey & assessment for the following species:
    • Mammals: badger, bats (all species), water vole, otter, dormouse
    • Birds: all breeding and overwintering species including barn owl
    • Amphibians and reptiles: great crested newt, smooth newt, palmate newt, grass snake, adder, smooth snake, slow worm, common lizard, sand lizard
    • Botanical: all species and communities associated with woodland, grassland, heathland, wetland/aquatic, coastal / estuarine. Also lower plants and specialist groups such as bryophytes, lichens, slime moulds and fungi
    • Invertebrates: all species and groups including white clawed crayfish, stag beetle and southern damselfly

The staff are all thoroughly professional, understand the needs of the client as well as the site and very well organised. The surveyors are efficient, accurate and diligent. On a day-to-day basis while on site they are consistently pleasant to work with and there is always opportunity to thoroughly talk through any areas of concern for what is after all a complex and sometimes bewildering subject, with potentially major consequences if plans are not followed through correctly.

Henry Bexley, Countryside Manager, The National Trust

 

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