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Peak Ecology
Specialist ecological consultancy based at the main office in Bakewell, Peak District.
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Peak Ecology May 21
Earlier in the year the team provided advice & supervision to rebuild a chimney that had sustained significant damage. It contained an access point to a in the cavity walls. This footage was taken last night, confirming return of the
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Peak Ecology Apr 8
There are two elements to today's quiz, firstly name the species, and secondly can you figure out what they all have in common?
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Peak Ecology Apr 1
Replying to @PeakEcology
The answer to yesterday's quiz were: a otter, b beaver, c harvest mouse, d bat (or more specifically, brown long-eared bat), e hazel dormouse & f pine marten. Well done to all those that got them correct...but it's not the winning remember, it is the taking part ;-)
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Peak Ecology Mar 31
Replying to @ellensophiem
Full marks :-)
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Peak Ecology Mar 31
Replying to @ellensophiem
Almost Ellen, glad you got dormouse right or I'd have to have a word with Chris du Feu about your Treswell training lol. Try again on the last one
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Peak Ecology Mar 31
Replying to @Sarah_1847
1 correct ;-)
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Peak Ecology Mar 31
Replying to @sianmarip
3/6 :-)
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Peak Ecology Mar 31
Replying to @southwestnature
Ooh, so close, 5/6
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Peak Ecology Mar 31
Replying to @LBrooker11
Two out of six Luke.
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Peak Ecology Mar 31
Today we thought that we'd test your field skills. These images are of field signs left by British species. Indirect survey methods such as these are a good way of detecting the presence of some of our more elusive .
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Peak Ecology Mar 30
Who'd have thought were so vocal. Imagine "if we could talk to the animals and learn their languages, Maybe take an animal degree".....what do you think we'd hear?...
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Peak Ecology Mar 25
Some recent footage captured of a & cub as part of ongoing monitoring. At this time of year badger cubs are starting to explore their surroundings, leaving the sett for short periods of time
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Peak Ecology Mar 25
To keep all your minds working, here's a little botany quiz we've compiled. All these species are British and are plants you are likely to see in woodlands and/or grasslands over the next few weeks....eternal glory to whoever gets all the answers correct
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Peak Ecology Mar 19
Though mostly working from home, our excellent team of are continuing to provide ecological assistance, be it practical surveys out in the field, report writing or guidance. We wish all our clients & followers the best of health.
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Peak Ecology Mar 18
We went for a walk along the river in to observe the . 3 were seen including one white-water rafting over the weir. This is the time when they prepare to & leave characteristic signs of their presence such as
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Peak Ecology Jan 25
Our Katie & Amy inspiring the next generation of
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Peak Ecology Jan 13
Two of our ecologists assisted with one of their annual monitoring sessions. A total of 197 were recorded including & 's.
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The CJS Team Jan 6
Graduate Ecologist and a Field Ecologist with fixed term contracts based in Derbyshire
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Peak Ecology Jan 6
Fancy working alongside me & the rest of our fantastic team...if so, click below ;-)
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Peak Ecology Jan 6
We are currently advertising for a Field Ecologist & Graduate Ecologist. For further details please follow the link
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