As we approach the end of a very strange year we can confirm that despite the impending three days of public holiday Naturally Wild staff are still busy. We continue to complete site surveys, site reports and our MD and one of the key ecologists are providing support and emergency our of hours cover for all clients. So other than 25/26 December & 1 January we are open for business. Graeme continues to complete a number of photographic projects and as a team we use this time to update internal systems ready for the 2021 season. Naturally Wild would like to take this opportunity to thank all clients for their help and assistance through this unusual year. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all.
Although our main element of work provided to our many clients across the UK is either environmental or ecological work we do offer professional photography both video, still & time-lapse. Using only professional equipment we are able to support all work with the appropriate type of image. What ever the client is looking for we can provide it in a variety of formats suitable for any purpose. Let us know your needs
Here at NW we are keen on using all possible methods to provide clients with accurate appropriate data to ensure reports are as good as they can get. We have invested a significant amount of money in thermal imaging equipment and in time training staff. The results speak for themselves:
Naturally Wild's ecology team have been called out to a Network Rail site in Laverstock which encountered a landslip as a result of heavy rainfall. This meant the team needed to be on hand to survey areas inhabited by badgers and the subsequent impact on their habitat. It certainly looks like a big job!
Naturally Wild are proud to have been appointed as Ecological specialists for a major project at Waterloo Station in London. As part of the program our ecologists have been fully trained in use of Harness and Safety equipment for working at height. The team will be regularly visiting London to undertake a full suite of ecological surveys and assessments through Spring and Summer 2020. Here is Graeme and Tom with a nice view of the local sights.