High quality habitat is critical to maintaining biodiversity and supporting the comeback of wild nature. Our hugely experienced team understands the challenges associated with habitat creation and restoration, from conception and design right through to implementation and monitoring.
Our proprietary BQC tool can be used to monitor the progress of habitat restoration projects and assess achievement of biodiversity targets. This is important as habitat restoration project funding is often linked to targets and performance indicators. We are also experienced in using innovative methods such as drone surveys and sophisticated mapping to realise improved outcomes.
In addition to designing and creating new habitats, Ecosulis also restores a wide range of established habitats - from reedbeds and woodlands to wildflower meadows and lakes. Our habitat-focused projects typically provide solutions to multiple issues - such as providing enhanced public enjoyment, eradicating invasive species, or minimising overgrazing by deer or geese - and they are often designed with a particular species or group of species in mind.