What is bat sound analysis? On every bat survey a detector is used that will record the calls of passing bats. This can be during an emergence survey, to confirm the species of the emerging bat, or during an activity survey, or very often as a static detector, which will record all bat passes over … Continue reading Bat Sound Analysis
It was great to see so many of our past students at the South West Bat Conference at the weekend. We LOVE hearing from you. Would you like to hear from us? Do you want to hear about… …The latest courses …Special offers …Certificate course …What’s happening at Acorn Ecology? Then sign up to our … Continue reading Keep in Touch
Acorn Ecology has been providing training courses for over 10 years! We’ve had hundreds of students through our doors, learning about all different aspects of ecology. We take you out into the field and put the theory into practice so you can see it in action! We’ve been listening to your feedback on having courses … Continue reading Training Update (and a cute badger)
Did you hear our news? As you may have read in our previous blog post on our website, we found a grey long-eared bat in a roost in East Devon and confirmed the species with DNA analysis. We are pleased that yet another record, some miles away, has been found. There are thought to be … Continue reading New grey long-eard bat roost record
Volunteering is a particularly valuable way to gain experience to prepare for a career in ecology. However, a word of caution, it may be easy to find a volunteering job but make sure it works for you and your objectives. It is no good working for a wildlife organisation when you are only stuffing envelopes! … Continue reading How to make Volunteering work for you
We ecologists just can’t stop! We have a passion for wildlife which we can’t switch off and we take it on holiday with us. Read about what Sarah saw (with great photos) on our Acorn Ecology News Blog.