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1 week ago

Orbis Ecology Ltd

Helen has been working as an Ecological Clerk if Works (ECoW) on a road widening scheme over the past few months. Her role has involved searching for dormice, reptiles and nesting birds. This rather beautiful nest belongs to a pair of Dunnocks and will be protected until all the chicks are fully fledged. Please visit our website for more information about nesting birds, surveys and legislation ... See MoreSee Less

Helen has been working as an Ecological Clerk if Works (ECoW) on a road widening scheme over the past few months. Her role has involved searching for dormice, reptiles and nesting birds. This rather beautiful nest belongs to a pair of Dunnocks and will be protected until all the chicks are fully fledged. Please visit our website for more information about nesting birds, surveys and legislation

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Such a beautiful nest ❤️

1 month ago

Orbis Ecology Ltd

Here is a short video clip of a dormouse demonstrating some impressive climbing skills, which I was lucky enough to film last Autumn. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Orbis Ecology Ltd

Two of the young reptiles found on site this week. The first is a juvenile grass snake and the second is a sub-adult male slow worm. Aren’t they gorgeous? ... See MoreSee Less

Two of the young reptiles found on site this week. The first is a juvenile grass snake and the second is a sub-adult male slow worm. Aren’t they gorgeous?Image attachment

2 months ago

Orbis Ecology Ltd

What a super start to bat survey season. Three dusk emergence surveys completed with Greater and Lesser Horseshoe Bats, Myotis species and Common Pipistrelle Bats recorded. Thank you to those who assisted with surveys this week 🦇 ... See MoreSee Less

What a super start to bat survey season. Three dusk emergence surveys completed with Greater and Lesser Horseshoe Bats, Myotis species and Common Pipistrelle Bats recorded. Thank you to those who assisted with surveys this week 🦇

2 months ago

Orbis Ecology Ltd

Whilst carrying out her role as ECoW on site today, Helen caught and relocated this gorgeous female dormouse. She was still quite young, so likely to have been born towards the end of the summer season last year. ... See MoreSee Less

Whilst carrying out her role as ECoW on site today, Helen caught and relocated this gorgeous female dormouse. She was still quite young, so likely to have been born towards the end of the summer season last year.Image attachment
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