Project updates and ecological news from our offices in London, East Anglia and Sussex
Danny has been falling behind in his birding competition in terms of numbers.Read More
Our first in the series takes place next Thursday 13 June at 8.45am.
Come and hear from expert ecologist Toni Harrington about how she and her team have successfully encouraged badgers away from their old setts and into new, artificial ones.
Danny from our East Anglia office is in a birding competition and is writing about it on our blog.Read More
The Ecology Consultancy Sussex is pleased to provide sponsorship for the First Prize of the Sussex Wildlife Trust’s annual photo competition, worth £150.Read More
From April to June the breeding populations of eider, shelduck (pictured) and ringed plover at specified sites around the Firth of Forth will be monitored........Read More
In 2011 Natural England commissioned The Ecology Consultancy to produce a report detailing historical, current and future habitat management for the pearl-bordered fritillary butterfly. The study was to cover privately-owned ancient woodland in East Sussex and to devise a re-introduction programme.Read More
Over the last two years The Ecology Consultancy has been working with Local Planning Authorities and landscape architects to undertake Green Infrastructure (GI) assessments in addition to our standard Preliminary Ecological Assessments.Read More
We are currently involved in some high profile projects in Brighton and look forward to further involvement in the MORPH project on the Rive Ouse with Royal Haskoning.Read More
Our Sussex office opened for business in 2007 with a staff of three who live in and around the county town of Lewes.