The Naturally Wild team have worked across the UK on varied projects, from building renovations to large infrastructure schemes. Below are a few case studies from our diverse work schedule If you have any questions or would like to discuss our services, please get in contact.

Yorkshire Wildlife Park

Naturally Wild have been working alongside Yorkshire Wildlife Park for a number of years. The visitor attraction, based in Doncaster, receives over 600,000 visitors a year and is fast becoming one of the UK’s favourite days out. Naturally Wild have conducted and created a park wide Ecological Management Plan (EMP) as well as ecological appraisals, protected species surveys and ecological recommendations for the park, enhancing the natural habitats within the site. As the park continues to expand, Naturally Wild have been commissioned to carry out ecological appraisals for new attractions, working with YWP to create a haven for both native and exotic wildlife.

Bomber Command Memorial

In 2010, Naturally Wild were proud to be involved with the ecological works for the Bomber Command Memorial in Green Park, London. The memorial commemorates the crews of the RAF Bomber Command who carried out missions during the Second World War and is dedicated to the 55,573 aircrew who lost their lives. Naturally Wild undertook ecological surveys within Green Park and provided recommendations and compensation measures to aid biodiversity and minimise ecological impacts of the memorial within the surrounding area. Today, the memorial acts as a fitting tribute to the RAF aircrew of the Bomber Command.

National Infrastructure

Naturally Wild have worked on numerous national infrastructure projects including highways and railway projects. Our ecologists are qualified to work on railways with Personal Track Safety (PTS) certification. As the incumbent ecologist, it is our responsibility to ensure adjacent habitats and wildlife are unaffected by any proposed works. Many projects require species-specific licenses and survey methodology; it can often be surprising to see so much wildlife living undisturbed next to major transport routes!