Building hibernaculums

Have you ever seen one of these and wondered what it is? It’s called a Hibernaculum and the Neo #Ecology team built this one near […]

New Otter Class Licence Issued

Natural England have issued a new class licence allowing those who are registered to capture and transport otters that have been trapped inside fisheries. It […]

Winter Surveys

Although many of the survey seasons are coming to an end, there are still a range of surveys that can be undertaken all year round, […]

SNH Report on White Tailed Eagles

A new Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) report predicts that the number of white-tailed eagles will increase over the next decade. A little background info… White-tailed […]

Habitat loss affecting Britain’s Dormouse population

Habitat loss and climate change affecting Britain’s Dormouse population.   Read More:¬†On the Guardian Website

Spot the Chick!

While out doing some site work for one of our solar farm projects in Ireland, one of our surveyors came across this grey partridge and […]

Energy from Waste Consent in Falkirk

Outline of Project: Lark Energy gained planning consent for a 2MW energy from waste development located at the Avondale Landfill site in Falkirk Council. The […]

Balhearty Updates

A stunning idyllic photo of our ecologists at work, with the mist in the background, on the 5MW solar farm at Balhearty, currently being built […]

Ecology Updates – March 16

It has been a busy first quarter for the ecology department at Neo, with various site work and reporting being undertaken. Site work so far […]