Since their appointment by Natural England almost two years ago, Sheffield based environmental consultancy Wildscapes CIC have delivered in the region of 100 ponds across
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.
Latest news stories
Wildscapes CIC is pleased to announce that it has secured membership with the Property Care Association (PCA) for invasive weed control. The PCA is an
A number of ponds are set to be created in the North Lincolnshire area, thanks to a new scheme funded by Natural England that is
Following on from the success of last year’s project that saw over 30 ponds created or restored across South Yorkshire and Derbyshire on behalf of
In this instance, discovery of a #bat #roost during roofing work was completely unexpected and sadly disturbing the roost couldn't have been prevented. The roofing company and the homeowner did the right thing by ceasing work and contacting a qualified #ecologist immediately.Read More
Brucie, the brown long-eared bat we rescued earlier this week is temporarily being cared for by our #ecology team. Here he is enjoying a tasty mealworm! If you have any concerns about #bats whilst undertaking property maintenance, seek expert advice; https://t.co/kSugVQtE8URead More
Earlier this week we were called to a property in #Derbyshire where a #bat roost had been discovered during some routine roofing works. Principal #Ecologist, Paul, rescued this brown long-eared bat and named him Brucie! #batrescue #wildliferescue #BLE https://t.co/sQLTraigDhRead More
With the main #bat #survey season over for another year, here's a reminder that some surveys, including Preliminary Roost Assessments and hibernation surveys can take place during the winter months. Read more or contact our #ecologists on 0114 303 5123. https://t.co/YsPUjDS2tFRead More
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/9P8ItVq722Read More
Over the last 6 months we've been supporting #farmers and #landowners in #NorthYorkshire to create #ponds for the benefit of #greatcrestednewts The work forms part of @NaturalEngland district level licensing for the species. More here; #pond #newts https://t.co/L113BfxeLSRead More