Category: Ecology

Licence to Protect

Fantastic news as TEP’s Lizi Pimlott receives her protected species licence for barn owls. Lizi has joined a very exclusive …

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The Early Bird and The Pink-footed Geese

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

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Bat Success in Plymouth

TEP has achieved bat success in Plymouth. TEP’s recommended roost enhancements have proved successful, for the replacement bat roosts located …

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National Grid Get The Green Light

National Grid has secured a $743m Green Loan to finance the Viking Link interconnector, which will go a long way …

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Ecology Ensures Natural Sustainability

Ecology surveys are hugely important to understanding the unique ecosystems that are woven throughout our natural and built environments, whether …

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Cotton Quay Picks Ecological Approach

Developers Royalton Group and Frogmore have just been awarded planning permission to build a new neighbourhood in an area of …

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The Frog and Toad to Conservation

The annual Herpetofauna Workers’ Meeting hosted by The Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust (ARC), pulled in over 200 people ranging …

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Responding to Nature

State of Nature is a report into UK wildlife and biodiversity produced by a partnership of conservation and research organisations …

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Natterjacks, Red Rocks and Two Ecologists

Our work rarely stops at the office door and our staff often attend volunteer days for local charities as part …

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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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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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