See previous blog entry
This course runs in Autumn every year and is lead by Jim Fairclough of Golder Associates in association with Amphibian & Reptile Conservation (ARC-Trust).
Photos courtesy of David Orchard.
|Matt installing ACO One-way|
Amphibian Fence Panels,
a new addition to this year's demo.
|Jim talking through a great crested newt mitigation|
scenario with course delegates.
|Explaining the benefits of Caudon Semi-permanent|
|Jim talking about the ACO One-way Amphibian Fence|
and how this can provide maximum
great crested newt protection.
|The ACO range of amphibian protection products generates|
lots of discussion.
Seen here is the ACO Guide wall system for hard-landscaped
amphibian barriers or installing across hard standing surfaces.
|Myself & Matt after a busy but satisfying day|
Another successful event and a great opportunity to meet some new ecology recruits and hear their comments about newt fencing installation and GCN mitigation. Lots of useful comments which can help us to develop our Caudon range of products. Also some very interesting discussions about ACO products and how these might help to develop great crested newt mitigation installations in the future.