Devon Wildlife Consultants, Land Management Advice

By: Devon Wildlife Consultants  05/12/2011
Keywords: Professional Assistance, Management Advice, management planning

Land Management Advice

Devon Wildlife Consultants provides a land management advice service to businesses, farmers and private landowners tailored to meet your requirements. A visit from one of our professional ecologists will provide you with information on the current conservation value of the site. In addition the potential for habitat and landscape enhancement and habitat creation schemes suitable for the site will be identified. Professional assistance is available for the design of habitat creation and enhancement projects.

DWC can undertake:

  • Specific surveys for landowners to help planning applications, mitigation and land diversification
  • Habitat design for restoration and creation projects
  • Management planning for sites to increase the conservation interest.

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Devon Wildlife Consultants, Assessment and Mitigation

Slowworms were identified during the survey, which led to the development of a translocation programme that was subsequently approved by English Nature. In April 2007 DWC began to visit the site daily to capture the reptiles which were located beneath/upon any artificial or natural refugia. During an Extended Phase 1 Habitat survey which DWC carried out at the sites, the potential presence of reptiles was identified.


Devon Wildlife Consultants, Ecological Survey

The information gained from an Extended Phase 1 Habitat Survey can be used to produce a management plan which provides guidance on measures that can be implemented in order to enhance the wildlife value of the site. This builds on the habitat classifications by including species lists additionally providing details on protected species such as badgers, bats or reptiles which may be utilising the site.