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We are currently recruiting for Bat Surveyors & Trainees http://ow.ly/LqpAi
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Put Some Spring In Your Garden! http://ow.ly/JMkK2
Spring is here and its a perfect opportunity to get back into gardening. Our Spring Blog will help you create your very own Spring Garden.
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Hazel dormice are the most recent in a long line of wildlife species to come to Ireland http://ow.ly/KDwEA
Hazel dormice are the most recent in a long line of wildlife species to come to Ireland
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Infected larch trees to be felled in Cwmcarn Forest http://ow.ly/Kppjx
Up 150,000 larch trees in Cwmcarn Forest are to be felled after becoming infected with a fungus-like disease.
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List of Glamorgan botany group field meetings for 2015 now available. http://ow.ly/d/35et
Download and share Glamorgan Botany Group - 2015 Excursions (1).pdf uploaded by @AcerEcology (Acer Ecology) and hosted by Ow.ly
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DNA gives game away if you’re persistent as a newt http://ow.ly/KeJ4t
THEY MAY grow to little more than six inches long, but they often leave developers crest-fallen.
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Fire at disused mine could have harmed nearby community of great crested newts
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Firefighters tackling a blazing 30-tonne heap of waste were forced to call in the Environment Agency after concerns were raised about a community of nearby newts. Crews from Coalville, Ashby,...
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April is a good time to start undertaking dormouse nest-tube surveys http://ow.ly/L79KG
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Bat Survey Techniques Course – 27th March 2015 http://ow.ly/KG3Nt
The bat surveying course will provide an introduction to undertaking professional bat surveys. The course will be based in Cardiff, South Wales.
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Spring Equinox is here http://ow.ly/JMkGl
Spring Equinox is here! Happy Spring Equinox to all! But what does that really mean and what is Spring Equinox really about? Find out here!
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Get The “Newt” Know How On Great Crested Newt Surveys http://ow.ly/JMkT2
The Great Crested Newt Survey is almost upon us! So what better time to get the "newt" know how on Great Crested Newt Surveys!
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Ecology business in court over worker’s broken back http://ow.ly/KdH10
An ecology consultancy has been fined for safety failings after an employee broke her back in a fall at a former psychiatric hospital site in Essex.
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Acer Ecology is an ecological and wildlife consultancy based in Cardiff, South Wales. We provide a full range of ecological and wildlife services from scoping and protected species survey through to impact assessment, mitigation design, implementation and monitoring. All specialisms are covered including bats, birds, great crested newts, dormouse, reptiles, water voles, badgers and invertebrates.