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3 months ago

Orbis Ecology Ltd

This little one was spotted by Helen whilst carrying out a bat activity transect in South Devon this week. It is, sadly, a rare occurrence to see a hedgehog, but this one looked to be in good health and spent an hour or so munching on slugs before disappearing. ... See MoreSee Less

This little one was spotted by Helen whilst carrying out a bat activity transect in South Devon this week. It is, sadly, a rare occurrence to see a hedgehog, but this one looked to be in good health and spent an hour or so munching on slugs before disappearing.Image attachment

3 months ago

Orbis Ecology Ltd

Here are some of the wonderful lesser horseshoe bats found in a barn roost this week. ... See MoreSee Less

Here are some of the wonderful lesser horseshoe bats found in a barn roost this week.

4 months ago

Orbis Ecology Ltd

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4 months ago

Orbis Ecology Ltd

3 nights at 1 site with 17 ecologists. Orbis Ecology Ltd have been back in London this week carrying out dusk emergence surveys on a large hospital site. This is possibly our most complex project to date, involving multiple phases of work which will take place over several years. Our thanks go out to all the amazing subcontractors that joined us and helped to make this such a success. ... See MoreSee Less

3 nights at 1 site with 17 ecologists. Orbis Ecology Ltd have been back in London this week carrying out dusk emergence surveys on a large hospital site. This is possibly our most complex project to date, involving multiple phases of work which will take place over several years. Our thanks go out to all the amazing subcontractors that joined us and helped to make this such a success.Image attachment

4 months ago

Orbis Ecology Ltd

At this time of year it is so important to mind where you put your feet. This tiny toadlet was one of 30 I managed to move to safety on an active development site last week. You will find them in a variety of habitats, but generally near water. ... See MoreSee Less

At this time of year it is so important to mind where you put your feet. This tiny toadlet was one of 30 I managed to move to safety on an active development site last week. You will find them in a variety of habitats, but generally near water.

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Dawn survey and no sleep - thank you for spotting that Roger

Time!

What a huge hand!

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