Ecologist, BSc(Hons) MSc
J ulia has been worked with Wild Service for several years and has recently gained her MSc in Applied Ecology from the University of Gloucestershire.
Julia’s dissertation project involved large-scale data analysis of biometric bird ringing data to assess biometric changes in UK wintering waterbirds. Julia has a keen interest in bat ecology and in addition to undertaking professional bat surveys and assessments, she has also studied bats in Ghana, West Africa. She is experienced in a range of ecological surveys including Phase 1 habitat assessments, protected species surveys, reptile surveys and translocations, great crested newt and dormouse surveys. Julia’s additional skills include advanced data analysis and GIS mapping using various software packages including QGIS and ArcGIS. In addition to project delivery, she also assists with the management of Wild Service projects.
Julia has also spent time volunteering on conservation projects with the Gloucestershire Bat Group and the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust. Julia is a Qualifying member of CIEEM and holds a CSCS card. She is currently working towards her Natural England bat and great crested newt licences.