Andy has been a birdwatcher for 30 years, has worked for RSPB and BTO, and has managed teams to complete a wide range of environmental projects. His personal interests include divers, peregrine, golden eagle, hen harrier and merlin. Andy has extensive experience of working on these species as well as black grouse, moorland waders, and geese. He has coordinated the fieldwork on major renewable projects, ensuring that all work is delivered on time and on budget.
Tony has been a keen birdwatcher for over 35 years and had worked as a professional ornithologist for over 15 years. He is familiar with all the modern bird survey techniques having worked on over 20 major renewable projects. Tony sits on the panel of the scarce birds in Dumfries and Galloway committee.
Phil has been a wildlife enthusiast since childhood and a keen birder for 25 years. Phil has been a professional surveyor for over 6 years and is a very capable all round ecologist with experience in mammal surveys, Phase 1, NVC, newt and natterjack toad surveys. Having coordinated wader projects for the RSPB and having worked for other organisations such as Forestry Commision WWT and the Wildlife Trusts Phil brings a wealth of experience to the table.
Andrew is a seasonal ornithologist who has been birding from a very early age. He has a passion for raptors, photography and rarities. The pursuit of which have taken him to many of the most remote places in the UK.
Pete has been bird watching since early childhood and has travelled the world to pursue his interest. He has a background in retail and marketing and spent 13 years working for the RSPB in this field. At the same time, he conducted many voluntary surveys such as BBS, WeBS, Volunteer Farmer Alliance and specialist surveys such as the nightjar census. Pete has been involved in several renewables projects and conducted bat transect surveys.
Bat Work Co-ordinator
Caroline spent 12 years as a Secondary School art teacher but has always had a passion for wildlife and conservation. Caroline has been undertaking bat surveys for 10 years. As well as conducting bat surveys, Caroline coordinates and organises the fieldwork. Caroline is also very capable analyst of the data collected and has interpreted data for several large scale renewable projects as well as housing schemes and bridge restorations.
Liam has assisted Carroll Ecology over the last two summer carrying out bat transects, setting up and placing bat detectors as well as peat depth surveys and mammal surveys. Keen to learn Liam has assisted with bird surveys and newt surveys on a part time basis and is keen to continue his progression over the next few years.
Carroll Ecology have developed a network of experienced sub contractors with over 25 people available meaning that you get all the man power but without the administrative hassle. One point of contact, your survey programmes coordinated and 1 invoice. Carroll Ecology take the hassle out of delivering projects whether they be 1 day or 2 years. The team delivers high quality data and conduct the surveys on time and on budget.