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We're currently recruiting for a Project Officer to be based in our Lewes office to help coordinate and provide administrative support for our growing order book across our regional offices in Sussex, Midlands and East Anglia and Northern England: http://ow.ly/nPqn30dKrdN

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We're looking for an experienced ecologist to join our friendly, vibrant and professional London team. We offer a competitive salary, benefits, and an industry leading training and development programme: http://ow.ly/TnpF30cfKCp

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London's first floating park is now open in Paddington Basin and features a wildlife island to encourage wildfowl http://ow.ly/Urdv30cc3m0

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We recently ran one of our School Ecology Workshops at Browick Road Primary for Bovis Homes. The workshops teach pupils about wildlife and development local to their school and help developers with community engagement and CSR in the process: http://ow.ly/QaoL30c45f4

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There isn't long left to book a place on our Preliminary Ecological Appraisal course on the 14th June. The course is designed specifically for ecologists, graduates and environment professionals. http://ow.ly/g5S230c2nSF

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Worlds largest wind turbines (taller than London's Gherkin building) go live offshore near Liverpool http://ow.ly/NlPc30bQekU

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Book your place on our upcoming Preliminary Ecological Appraisal CIEEM training course on the 14th June. Designed for ecologists, graduates and professionals in the environment and development sectors. http://ow.ly/XX0V30bPz4S

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A goldcrest spotted near our Wakefield office yesterday by Associate Director Sarah Cox. Bird surveys can take place between April-June with May being the key month. Enjoy your Easter break! http://ow.ly/i/tO2Ji
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More bad news - UK butterflies worst hit in 2016 with 70% of species in decline, report finds: http://ow.ly/6M5W30aPbTz

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The number of species of birds on the #conservation red list rose from 52 in 1999 to 67 in 2015 according to The 2016 State of the UK’s #Birds report by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and the British Trust for #Ornithology - #protectedspecies http://ow.ly/HSHi30aNItX
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