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Peak Ecology
Specialist ecological consultancy based at the main office in Bakewell, Peak District.
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Peak Ecology Jun 11
Our Technical Director, Jessica Eades recently assessed the surface situation of a mine shaft in to inform proposals to cap the shaft entrance. Jessica is an avid caver, mine explorer & member of the & is therefore competent to undertake such surveys
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Peak Ecology Jun 4
Our night vision cameras are proving to be indispensable when it comes to identifying access points. The footage will allow us to better inform when designing new and features for the as part of development projects
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Peak Ecology Jun 3
A selection of images taken during an ongoing translocation project. The team are also busy creating new for the resident reptiles including for over-wintering & log piles for .
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Peak Ecology May 5
A hazel handled under licence by our senior Lorna as part of long-term monitoring of the species in . Information gained helps to inform the future of , with work carried out by & 🐾
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Peak Ecology Apr 30
Chloe & Lorna were out today supervising the team installing fencing for a project. Several were safely moved out of harms way. Tomorrow they'll be undertaking works to improve the receptor sites 🦎
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Peak Ecology Apr 25
Senior ecologists Lorna & Katie were out in the field yesterday installing , & . If you require a or any other type of survey visit our website for further details
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Peak Ecology Apr 18
Our have been out & about undertaking surveys to detect The technique can determine the presence or absence of in The window for undertaking this type of survey is between 15th April until the 30th of June
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Peak Ecology Apr 9
Our Senior Ecologists Lorna & Katie ran a training session for the rest of the office today. Survey techniques included & & was also covered
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Peak Ecology Mar 5
This morning some of our were out on the moors of undertaking refresher training for All seven records were of males, this is typical since the males usually arouse from 1-month before the females
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Peak Ecology Jan 30
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Peak Ecology Jan 2
Fancy a change for 2019? Peak Ecology are looking for an ecologist to come and join our young, vibrant team. We are looking for someone with a minimum of a Natural England Level 2 Class...
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Peak Ecology Dec 13
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Peak Ecology Sep 21
Laser quest, Mexican food and crayfish training.. but not at the same time! A sad time when we lose our seasonal surveyors. Goodbye to our two adventurers off to Aussie Sam and Charlie! Best of Luck from all at Peak!
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Peak Ecology 2 May 18
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Peak Ecology 2 May 18
Ecologist Charlotte and our Graduate Intern George undertook an unusual supervision of a heronry last week! A number of large pine trees had grown close to the nearby overhead electricity...
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Peak Ecology 7 Feb 18
It's photo competition time!!!! We would like your help in judging the entries for our Landscape category. There...
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Peak Ecology 7 Feb 18
It's photo competition time!!!! We would like your help in judging the entries for our Landscape category....
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The CJS Team 16 Dec 16
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