Birds & Bats Unlimited has worked nationally and internationally.
Because of our international work experience (Papua New Guinea, Canada, Sweden, Tristan da Cunha, Angola - surveys on Mount Iona, and the Namib desert) we are available to work abroad and prepared to relocate if required.
Impact assessment projects include, but are not limited to:
Proposed WIND ENERGY facilities
SOLAR arrays (PV, trough technology, CSP Towers)
Pylon and POWER LINE alignments
WATER ABSTRACTION projects
AIRPORTS and Shooting ranges
Collaboration with other specialists means we cover all your needs.
Using modern technology and strategic methods - including the use of state-of-the-art GPS/GSM satellite transmitters and the latest in Bat technology to determine fine-scale habitat use - our specialised surveys include not only Bats but also wetland birds and threatened and red-listed species such as Blue Crane, Flamingo and Penguin.
Rapid biodiversity assessments are also possible for other faunal groups - mammals, reptiles, amphibians.
As recognised BirdLife and SAIEES specialists we follow the BARESG guidelines (Birds and Renewable Energy Specialist Group) and Bat Surveys Good Practice Guidelines.