Invasive non-native species
Invasive non-native species are the second most significant cause of biodiversity loss worldwide and are an increasing priority globally.
Our team uniquely carries out large-scale field control and monitoring operations, focusing on invasive non-native species and assessing the impact of non-native species and facilitating methods of control.
We also conduct research in support of these activities and in collaboration with universities and other institutions.
Key project achievements
- Working towards the eradication of Ruddy Ducks from across the UK in coordination with European partners
- Successful completion and development of eradication techniques and strategies for mink control on the Hebridean Mink Eradication project
- Undertaking a series of practical and desk-based studies on a number of invasive species throughout the UK, including a project on grey squirrels, monk parakeets and muntjac
- Undertaking and delivering a programme of work across the UK overseas territories including management of feral cats and mongooses in the Caribbean islands
- Evaluating the economic impact of invasive species to Seychelles
To discuss your requirements please contact our Wildlife Team
Tel: +44 (0)1904 406125
Fax: +44 (0)1904 406125
Page last modified: 10 September, 2015