Our Core Services

Ecology

Delivery of all ecology aspects of client projects and practical advice on ecological constraints and opportunities to develop bespoke solutions balancing the needs of our clients with wildlife policy and law.

Ecology

Mitigation

Wild Service ecologists help to guide our clients through the planning process by offering bespoke mitigation, compensation and enhancement measures for each project, minimising cost.

Mitigation

Land Management

Wild Service offers a full land management service which includes; various fencing, forestry services, nature trails, interpretation, accessibility, footpath creation and riverbank management.

Land Management

Green Infrastructure

Wild Service can support all of your green infrastructure needs with our team of land managers and ecologists and is currently working on a green infrastructure benchmark for planners and developers.

Green Infrastructure

About Wild Service

W ild Service is the ecological and land management consultancy for the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust and Avon Wildlife Trust. The company is conservation led and has developed a range of services to meet the needs of the construction, development, wildlife conservation and land based business sectors.

All our work is carried out to a high professional standard in accordance with the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM) code of practice. The company is also guided by the ecological ethos of the Wildlife Trusts and revenue generated by Wild Service is used to support and bolster the work of the Avon & Gloucestershire trusts.

Why work with Wild Service?

Wild Service is part of leading organisations working for wildlife throughout the UK with a focus on Gloucestershire, the Cotswolds, Bristol, Somerset and South Wales. We have excellent working relationships with public authorities, landowners, businesses and local people. We work closely with stakeholders such as Natural England, the local biological record centre and local authorities. We have an established track record of delivering a wide range of ecological and land management projects. Wild Service has access to a network of professional consultants and is a part of the Wildlife Trust Consultancies (WTC).

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Our Latest News

June 26, 2018

We welcome Adrian Bishop as our Business Manager to the team

He will be overseeing the growth and development of Wild Service. Adrian has a long association with the Trust, having worked as a volunteer on creating the Laurie Lee Wildlife Way, Snows Farm sustainable drainage leaky dams, Coln river bank restoration, and many other projects. He also has more than 25 years experience as a commercial and operational leader of small expert businesses. Adrian “is delighted to have landed the role and excited by the prospects for the business“.   […]
June 9, 2018
Bechstein Bats

Radiotracking study on Bechstein’s bats in Mammal News

A radiotracking study on Bechstein’s bats was undertaken at Worcestershire Wildlife Trust’s reserve to assess the impacts of woodland management on these rare bats. A full article by Elizabeth Pimley, Eric Palmer, Giles Sutton, Nick Downs & Johnny Birks can be found in the Mammal Society’s ‘Mammal News’ Summer 2018 Issue 181.  We provide a summary and reference list below. Summary Grafton Wood Reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) near Grafton Flyford, Worcestershire is an ancient semi-natural broad-leaved […]
May 28, 2018
Bat and dormouse surveys are continuing at this time of year. Badger licences to disturb or interfere with a sett are issued from early July until late November.

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