Bat Surveys Bournemouth, Bat Surveys Poole, Bat Surveys Dorset, Bat Surveys Hampshire
"The Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management is the Royal Chartered body for Ecology Professionals."
Bat Surveys - Entering a roof space Bat Surveys - Using a telescopic mirror
Bats - Registered with Natural England (Level 2 Class Licence) to carry out bat surveys using artificial light, endoscopes, hand and hand-held nets. We assess trees, buildings and dwellings externally and internally (roof spaces) for signs of bat activity/bats. We carry out Bat Surveys (including emergence and re-entry surveys) and provide Bat Survey Reports for planning applications. Our reports are produced to the Bat Conservation Trust publication Bat Surveys: Good Practice Guidelines (2016). This is the essential reference and guide for anyone involved in professional bat work.
In addition to traditional Bat Detectors, we use the Echo Meter Touch to record and identify bats in the field. Being able to identify the 17 known species of UK bats is critical as some species are more rarely found than others, and each species need different requirements. We are a Member of the Bat Conservation Trust.
KJF Consultancy Ltd 2017
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Common pipistrelle bat droppings (confirmed by DNA analysis) caught up in a spiders web below where a bat(s) had been roosting