Sunday, 12 February 2017

Bat survey in Buxton, Derbyshire at an old church

We were over in Buxton, Derbyshire yesterday following an urgent call to survey a church for bats. The church is dilapidated and at a glance, appeared unsuitable for bats. Upon inspecting the cellar, we discovered a large quantity of small bat droppings.

Buxton bat survey at an old church

Small bat droppings found on the wall of the cellar

Are you looking for an affordable bat survey in Buxton or any other part of Derbyshire?

Fauna Forest Ecology Ltd can assist with your development proposals.

Sunday, 5 February 2017

Are you looking for a bat scoping survey or preliminary ecological appraisal in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire?

Fauna Forest Ecology Ltd "Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire"  can undertake surveys to assist with your planning proposals. Do you require a preliminary ecological appraisal or bat scoping survey?

During December, January and February, we were locally busy in: Biddulph, leek, Cheadle, Stone, Alton, Oakamoor, Congleton, Stafford, Werrington, Bagnall, Milton, Endon, Stockton Brook, Stanley, Brown Edge and Mow Cop.

We survey for a wide range of protected species, including:
Bats, great crested newts, barn owl, badger, reptiles, nesting birds and more!

Yesterday we were busy conducting a preliminary bat roost assessment at this old farm house

For more information, visit our website: www.faunaforest.co.uk or contact Dave directly on: 07917 765 464