invertebrate consultant

Posted by Michael Williams on 10/01/2013

Ecological surveys can often require specialist knowledge, however when it comes to invertebrate surveys there is often so much to consider. Rare invertebrates are not restricted to nature reserves and they frequently crop up during ecological surveys on all kinds of sites.  With a growing number of species added to the Wildlife and Countryside Act, UK Biodiversity Action Plans and Red Data Books, and with authorities beginning to realise the importance of invertebrate site assessments, you need to ensure that you can deal with the growing demand for them.