WWC undertake a variety of applied conversation projects involving field and desk based studies (which often involve GIS mapping/analysis) for clients in the public and private sectors. We undertook a review of SSSI grassland management in Worcestershire for Natural England’s Sustainable Grazing Project. An important part of the Blackstone Fields project undertaken for Worcestershire Wildlife Trust involved surveying and then monitoring the invertebrate species, vegetation communities and soils on the site. We also undertook a vulnerability mapping project for West Midlands Climate Change Adaptation Partnership, which mapped and categorised the potential predicted effects of climate change on species and habitats giving a measure of the relative vulnerability.
Bat and dormouse surveys are continuing at this time of year. Badger licences to disturb or interfere with a sett are issued from early July until late November.
Please refer to our survey timetable for further information on surveys that can be undertaken this season.
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