Today the rewilding and restoration space is characterised by an ever-growing number of inspirational stories, from Ecosulis's own projects through to the efforts of businesses, NGOs, academics, politicians and ordinary citizens across the globe. Here we present a selection of the latest and greatest.
Posted by Sara King BSc (Hons) MCIEEM on 11/24/2015
Ecosulis are now offering a Pioneering Pre-Acquisition Rapid Risk Assessment to allow an initial site assessment to be made at the pre-acquisition stage. Ecology can have timing constraints and constraints to layouts, therefore it is important to engage with an ecologist at an early stage. Our rapid risk assessment can provide an initial assessment based on a desktop study, to aid with the pre-acquisition process before site access can be obtained.
Posted by Annie Hatt on 11/24/2015
Rewilding is never a straight forward process, however, when planned and implemented effectively it can provide great benefits to the local ecosystem and community. When rewilding or reintroducing predators, however, it seems the benefits to local communities can sometimes be less obvious.
Posted by Sara King BSc (Hons) MCIEEM on 10/22/2015
Beavers often get bad press for being the cause of flooding, and this is one of the key factors affecting the decision of whether to reintroduce beavers to Britain’s waterways. Heavy rain has caused flooding in Alyth Burn in Scotland, and many theories have linked this flooding to the presence of beavers in the area. However, evidence demonstrates that this was not the case.
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.