Rope Works personnel have a broad knowledge base and long-term interest in wildlife and nature conservation. We combine this ecological knowledge with rope access skills to provide survey services for difficult access situations.
Trees, rock faces and man-made structures such as bridges, buildings and retaining walls can all be accessed for survey and monitoring work without the need for expensive and intrusive access equipment.
We are adept at learning new species for specific surveys and can also work with experts in certain fields to carry out more specific ecological surveys.
Our workforce includes holders of Natural England licences for working with bats and great crested newts. We can undertake bat surveys either with Duet bat detectors or using the Anabat system for longer duration surveys.
We are also able to provide a range of practical ecological support services that includes the erection of bird/bat boxes, newt fencing and the creation of artificial habitats.