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Assistant and Trainee Ecologist Positions (Zero Hours Contracts)

April 6, 2016 HannahMaben Company NewsEcological ConsultancyEcologistJobs

Are you looking to gain paid experience in the field of ecology? Seasons Ecology is seeking suitable candidates to assist with a range of surveys (but largely great crested newt and bat surveys) across the UK with potential opportunities to help with office-based tasks. This is an excellent opportunity to gain training and work alongside […]

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2014 – a great year for bat surveys

October 1, 2014 HannahMaben Ecological ConsultancyEcologistProjects

The weather in 2014 was optimal for bats and Seasons Ecology has clocked up in excess of 500 hours of surveying at over 26 sites across eight English counties. Surveys have comprised dusk emergence, dawn re-entry and activity surveys (using both manual transects and static detectors). Such surveys largely follow on from extended Phase 1 […]

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Ecology Survey Seasons: January/February Tips

January 30, 2013 HannahMaben Ecological Consultancy

The start of the year is a good time to plan and programme ecological surveys for the up and coming survey seasons ahead.  By planning ahead and taking account of various seasonal constraints posed by many protected species survey seasons project managers can avoid potential delays in submitting planning applications or enabling construction works. Seasons […]

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Ecology Survey Seasons: November Tips

November 22, 2012 HannahMaben Ecological Consultancy

Why wait until spring?  November and December are good months for undertaking specific ecological surveys and site clearance works.  Winter surveys, particularly in combination with an ecological desk study, can assess the likely presence of protected species and/or species of note and scope the need for further ecological surveys (if any).  This can ensure that […]

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Ecology Surveys for all Seasons

November 9, 2012 HannahMaben Ecological ConsultancyEcologist

Many developers are aware of the constraints that many ecological survey seasons can have on a project programme having previously encountered delays to planning applications due to the likes of hibernating bats and great crested newts, for example. However, there are some ecological surveys that can be undertaken throughout the year and can help project […]

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