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Newt season kicks off

Friday, April 01, 2016

It’s day one and I’ve loaded up one of Thomson Ecology’s Land Rovers with approximately 350 bottle traps and bamboo canes. I’ve got the maps, risk assessments and travel details. Read More

Gardening for biodiversity

Friday, April 01, 2016

Spring has sprung, the birds are singing and we are glad to see the arrival of longer days. And now the clocks have gone forward! What better time to start thinking about a spot of gardening with biodiversity in mind. Read More

Fast response on housing project

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Cala Homes are proposing to build 125 properties on land in Cranleigh in Surrey. As well as housing, the finished site will include a community building, allotments and an orchard. Read More

Thomson's bat specialists join Network Rail's orange army!

Monday, March 28, 2016

Thomson Ecology’s team of bat specialists joined the Network Rail ‘orange army’ in the Severn Tunnel to carry out a survey for bat roosts in the 4 mile long tunnel, ahead of drilling works to facilitate the electrification of the railway. Read More