Blogs

A chronological list of blogs relating to Ecosulis and the rewilding and restoration space.

Ecosulis Supporting Hedgehog Awareness Week!

Posted by Annie Hatt BSc (Hons) on 05/06/2016
Members of the Ecosulis Consulting Team are supporting Hedgehog Awareness Week, by promoting hedgehogs and encouraging others to do the same, showing you how easy it is to get involved! 

Crested Newt Hybridization in UK

Posted by Annie Hatt on 07/21/2015
Although long term effects in the UK are hard to identify, the introduction of the Italian great crested newt along with the hybridization of the two species is sure to have a detrimental effect on our already declining great crested newt populations.

Entering Ecosulis

Posted by Annie Hatt on 06/22/2015
Entering the world of Ecosuils seemed like a daunting task when I stepped into the office in early June as a brand new member of the team. 

Fundamentals of Reedbed Establishment

Posted by Cain Blythe - CEnv MIEMA MCIEEM MSc BSc (Hons) on 05/12/2015
Ecosulis summarise the factors can have catastrophic impacts upon the success of reedbed establishment and emphasise that reedbed establishment should be based on very specific local considerations and expert knowledge.

Biodiversity Valuation and No Net Loss CPD

Posted by Sarah Booley on 04/07/2015
As part of our programme of Continued Professional Development (CPD) presentations Ecosulis has been speaking to clients about biodiversity valuation and No Net Loss

Biodiversity provides inspiration for technical advances

Posted by Sara King BSc (Hons) MCIEEM on 02/26/2015
Technology and biodiversity are two concepts that are usually viewed as polar opposites.  However, the source of technical advances are often inspired from the natural world. A recent example is the discovery that limpets’ teeth consist of the strongest biological material ever tested.  

Rewilding support from local communities

Posted by Sara King BSc (Hons) MCIEEM on 02/26/2015
Rewilding is an increasingly popular concept which involves restoring large areas back to their natural state, and the reintroduction of species that have recently been extinct. A recent study in the Velebit Mountains, located close to a Rewilding Europe site, has indicated that rewiding is welcomed by local communities.

Ecosulis Celebrates 25 Years in Business

Posted by Suzi Day and Cain Blythe on 02/17/2015
After 25 years in business, Ecosulis shares some of the secrets of its success as the most experienced ecological consultancy and contractor in the UK. 

Beavers: First Steps towards Rewilding Britain?

Posted by Sara King BSc (Hons) MCIEEM on 01/30/2015
There is an increasing optimism throughout Europe with the concept of rewilding that can benefit people as well as biodiversity. With an approval from Natural England to release beavers into the wild in England, this exciting approach takes a significant step forward.