Orbis Ecology are recruiting! We have a fantastic opportunity for a seasonal assistant ecologist to start in spring 2024. The role would suit an entry-level/graduate to find out more, or to apply check out www.orbisecology.co.uk or you email the office - firstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less
Robbie Bekki - are either of you looking (or know someone who is)? Orbis are a fantastic small company based in Dawlish and Bideford (I used to work for them). Happily recommend them (and both of you) 😊
We had a big survey last night, which means a lot of tripods!! ... See MoreSee Less
Billie has been successful in her application to be a an Accredited Bat Consultant under the Earned Recognition scheme.
Bat Earned Recognition (BER) is a professional accreditation scheme designed to streamline bat mitigation licencing, whilst also raising and maintaining professional standards in bat mitigation work and improving outcomes for bats. The scheme is in its pilot phase, with plans to roll out nationally in the near future.
The application process for Bat Earned Recognition is comprehensive and rigorous. The applicants’ experience, knowledge, competence and skill as a bat consultant is thoroughly assessed by Natural England. Billie’s application has been successful, and she has now gained level 2 Accredited Bat Consultant.
Billie will now be able to register sites for a wide range of species and roost types including maternity roosts, hibernation roosts and horseshoe roosts via a more streamlined, efficient and cost-effective route, which is good for bats and also for developers. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations Billie 😊
Billie Gillett that is amazing - well done you.
Congratulations Billie 🥂🙂
The Orbis Ecology Team are out and about again today. This time we are at the Bat Conservation Trust - Bats and Artificial Lighting Symposium sponsored by ARUP. I'm sure there will be lots to discuss when we get back to the office! ... See MoreSee Less