Caledonian Conservation Ltd provides a range of ecology and ornithology services for development and conservation in Scotland.
Through experience gained working for Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and Local Authority we are able to identify the optimal and most cost effective approach to any site, benefiting both the client and local ecology.
Services can be provided for any development or conservation project, with particular experience in onshore wind, railway works, mineral extraction, forestry and conservation research. We provide services for all stages of development, including ecological feasibility studies, ecology and ornithology baseline surveys, scoping, Collision Risk Modelling, Ecological Impact Assessment (EcIA), Habitat Management and Monitoring Plans (HMMPs), discharge of planning conditions, Ecological Clerk of Works (ECoW) and post-consent monitoring.
This site provides an overview of some of the services Caledonian Conservation Ltd can provide.
Caledonian Conservation Ltd also undertakes inhouse research and is a lead partner in the Scottish Grass Snake Survey. A selection of publications and articles produced by Caledonian Conservation Ltd and its staff are now available to download in Publications.
To discuss any particular requirements, or to receive a quote for a specific project, please contact Chris Cathrine.
Caledonian Conservation Ltd is proud to support Amphibian & Reptile Conservation Trust's (ARC) work in Scotland, and hosts their Scottish Project Officer in our main office.
Caledonian Conservation Ltd was a lead sponsored of the UK Herpetofauna Workers' Meeting 2013, which was organised by Amphibian & Reptile Groups of the UK (ARG UK) and ARC.
Caledonian Conservation Ltd has moved office. For new contact details please go to the Contact page.