Category: Ecology

Mitigating Disturbances in SPAs

Mitigating helicopter related disturbances of waterbirds within coastal Special Protection Areas (SPAs).

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Come And Bat For Our Team!

TEP is a strong advocate for research and development to progress understanding of our specialisms. Together with National Grid we …

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Highly Commended in Biodiversity Net Gain

TEP is delighted to have received Highly Commended in the Biodiversity and Net Gain category of IEMA’s Sustainability Awards 2019 …

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The Lion, the Newt and the Dragon

In the land of the Welsh dragon, a nature reserve for great crested newts that was named after a local …

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The Early Bird and The Pink-footed Geese

It is early September and the pink-footed goose autumn migration has started with skeins being seen over the North West …

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BNG – What’s it all about?

DEFRA recently published its objectives for a mandatory biodiversity net gain (BNG) policy in England, while Natural England has also …

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TEP Are Awarded Two Great Crested Newt Mitigation Licences From Natural England

TEP is celebrating the award of two great crested newt mitigation licences from Natural England within days of each other.  …

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St Nicholas Church – Community Bat Walk

On 2nd July 2019 TEP licensed bat ecologist Lizi Pimlott led a bat walk around St Nicholas Church in Newchurch, …

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TEP has teamed up with the Newchurch ‘Heritage Hound’

St Nicholas Church in Newchurch, Rossendale, have been awarded a grant by the Heritage Lottery Fund to undertake improvement and …

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Bird Control Changes in England – Briefing Note

Since the 1990s Natural England have issued general licences to undertake certain lethal bird control activities to protect public health and …

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