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We Offer A Tree Climbing Service for Bats!

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Here at EcoNorth we believe in developing our team’s skill set and broadening the services that we can offer to our clients.  Our team members, Maria and Krzysztof, were very busy throughout 2017 and were overjoyed to have achieved their CS38 Tree Climbing and Aerial Rescue Level 2 certifications. EcoNorth is pleased to be able to […]

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Assistant Ecologist Josh Havlin

Meet the Team: Josh Havlin, Assistant Ecologist

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Meet the Team: Josh Havlin, Assistant Ecologist Following the introduction of our ‘Meet the team’ page comes our mini blog series. Each week, hear personally from our team members about their roles at EcoNorth and more. This week, meet Assistant Ecologist Josh Havlin. Tell us a bit about yourself I’m 25 years old and originally […]

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Great crested newt survey

Have I Got Newts For You!

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EcoNorth began the great crested newt survey season a little later than usual this year, due to the recent inclement weather delaying the start of the season.  One of our licensed ecologists has been assisting with great crested newt and amphibian surveys at Scotswood Natural Community Garden, a wonderful garden and mosaic of habitats that […]

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Meet the Team

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April 2018 has brought many changes to the EcoNorth Team. Sadly, Dan and Sindy will shortly be leaving us.  We wish them the very best for their new adventures. However, there have been many positive changes too! Scott has been promoted to Senior Ecologist after starting out as an intern and working his way up the […]

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National Buzzard Day

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The 15th of March is National Buzzard Day in the US! Although that our American cousins refer to Turkey Vultures as ‘Buzzards’, we thought that it would be a good time to celebrate Britain’s most common bird of prey. Especially as March sees the beginning of our breeding bird survey season. The start of spring […]

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Ecology and Archaeology

Ecology and Archaeology Combined

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EcoNorth and Archaeological Research Services (ARS) are working together to offer a single comprehensive service combining ecology and archaeology. Find out about ARS and our collaboration here. Through EcoNorth’s extensive experience in delivering a wide range of services on development projects it is clear that archaeology is a significant consideration for our clients. Indeed, many […]

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Winter bird surveys

‘Tis the Season for Wintering Birds

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By it’s very nature, ornithology is highly seasonal. It is because of this seasonality that wintering bird surveys are so important. As the year creeps towards mid-winter, our summer migrants have fled south seeking warmer climes. In their place, our winter visitors have arrived from Scandinavia and other areas of Europe. Therefore, wintering bird surveys […]

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