We offer a wide range of ecological services from the initial stages of development through to completion. These include Preliminary Ecological Appraisal, Preliminary Bat Roost Assessment, Aerial Tree Inspection (for bats), GIS mapping, Protected Species Survey including assessment, mitigation and licensing, BREEAM Assessment, Offsetting and Net Gain, Management Plans and Ecological Clerk of Works.
Our land management team are trained in practical conservation and environmental disciplines; have extensive experience of commercial landscape contract delivery and specialise in environmental conservation and habitat management. Projects include; moorland conservation, tree planting, heather brash spreading, sphagnum planting, gully blocking, vegetation control, woodland management, pond creation, footpath work, fencing and outdoor wooden structures.
We run regular training events with courses in a wide range of ecological and land management disciplines aimed at varying experience levels, designed to help you improve your ID skills, field study techniques, practical skills and knowledge of protected species. All our training courses are run by experienced members of our team or associates with expertise in a particular field.
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Giant hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum) is often referred to as the UK’s most dangerous plant, with its toxic sap that can cause life changing burns and
Don't wait for #Japaneseknotweed to die back this Autumn and think it's gone. It will be back next year! NOW is the ideal time for #herbicide treatment, and attacking the plant in full bloom is most effective. Speak to us today to start the process. https://t.co/HMOSrfdoPERead More
Photos from a recent phase 1 #habitat #survey at Winterhills Park in #Rotherham. We're now drawing up a map for the Natural Neighbours project at @WildSheffield to share with local residents to develop the area. https://t.co/hYT6dPIc0S #ecology https://t.co/YehCwJNfrzRead More
At Wildscapes we offer a complete #JapaneseKnotweed removal service? After conducting a site survey, our qualified #surveyors will prepare an eradication plan and carry out the treatment. Find out more; … #knotweed #invasivespecies #knotweedremoval https://t.co/c0P2OF2BnsRead More
RT @WildSheffield: Have you seen them?👀 We're looking for the perfect people to join our team in two exciting new roles: 1. Operations Mana…Read More
A beautiful #sunrise for our team replacing #fencing on the #moors. Find out more about our moorland experience and the services we can offer here; #moorland #conservation #boundarywork #landscape #landmanagement https://t.co/FDIHlGH5kmRead More
Our Conservation Contracts team are working on an outdoor classroom for a local school today. Here we're processing a 25 metre oak to produce log stools. We're looking forward to sharing the end result! #outdoorclassroom #outdoorfun #wildplay #schoolgarden https://t.co/Uq2nTfRMIlRead More