Surveying the natural world is essential for comprehending and preserving ecosystems. Systematic observation and data collection provide insights into biodiversity, habitat health, and environmental changes. This information is crucial for informed decisions on conservation and sustainable development. Surveys help identify endangered species and assess the impact of human activities on the environment. By studying the natural world, we address ecological challenges and strive for harmonious coexistence with the planet, ensuring the well-being of delicate of protected ecosystems.
Below is a list of some of the types of surveying that we can offer –
- Tree Surveys
- Ecological Surveys
- Water vole Surveys (with displacement licence)
- Bat Surveys
- Hydrographic and Hydrological Surveying