Portfolio

  • Specialists in survey and analysis for protected species groups such as bats and great-crested newt.
  • Surveyors and survey leaders for three years on one of the largest offshore wind developments in Europe, recording sea mammals and seabirds to ESAS standards and methodologies for EMU Ltd.
  • Surveyors and survey leaders for many other Round 1 & Round 2 offshore windfarm sites in UK waters. Collectively worked on over 30 sites to date with thousands of hours of survey time.
  • Ongoing work on various Fisheries Research Vessels as seabird and marine mammal observers in UK and European waters.
  • Currently conducting bird surveys for research work into tidal turbine sites off Scotland.
  • We have provided onshore bird surveys for over 50 onshore potential windfarm and other development sites across the UK. This includes three nuclear power station wildlife assessments, as well as shipping ports, motorways, rail and other major developments across the UK.
  • Currently providing on-the-ground support for bat surveys in Wales and England.
  • We have undertaken hundreds of bat surveys throughout England, Wales and Scotland using assorted transects and static monitoring methods.
  • Currently undertaking bird surveys on potential windfarm sites in Mid Wales, South Wales, Eastern England and Scotland.
  • Previous experience of conducting aerial surveys, and involved currently with the analysis of aerial photography footage.
  • Undertaken full EcIAs (Ecological Impact Assessments) for a variety of clients including landscape architects, housing developers and utility companies.
  • We have over 60 years combined experience in the field and have previously managed 8 NNRs as well as SSSIs and LNRs.
  • We have performed roles and undertaken work for JNCC, SNH, NRW and Natural England.
  • We have significant overseas experience having conducted bird, reptile and mammal surveys in Africa, North America and the Indian Ocean.

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