Andy is a Project Manager and Fieldwork Coordinator with over 25 years of experience in ecological and ornithological surveying and assessments. He has developed a close working relationship with over 20 experienced surveyors, managing the team to deliver fieldwork on time, and on budget, on behalf of consultancies. Andy has been a birdwatcher for over 30 years, has worked for RSPB and BTO, and 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.
Pete has been bird watching since early childhood and has travelled the world in pursuit of his interest. Having spent 10 years in a senior management role within the commercial arm of the RSPB, Pete has since also amassed over 10 years of survey experience. He has worked on many development projects including large scale renewable projects. He has responsibility for staff training and health and safety matters, as well as continuing to conduct and co-ordinate field work. He is especially interested in goshawk and golden eagle.
Mark is a highly competent all-round naturalist. He has been a birder since his youth but is also a skilled botanist. He has worked on several renewable projects to deliver NVC, Phase1, bat and mammal surveys, as well as many species-specific projects involving the likes of black grouse, white fronted goose and hen harrier. Mark enjoys the outdoors and is a keen mountaineer but also kayaks and cycles off road trails.
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 of these passions has taken him to many of the most remote places in the UK.
A wildlife enthusiast since childhood and a keen birder for over 25 years, Phil has been a professional ecologist for over 8 years, developing a wide suite of skills in that time. As well as holding a bat license, Phil is experienced in mammal, NVC, newt and reptile surveys.
Stuart is a long-term birder and very capable all-round ecologist. He is a member of the Tayside Raptor Study Group, specialising in goshawk, peregrine and barn owl. With over 20 years of survey experience behind him, Stuart also has a mountain leader certificate, is a keen walker, and has led groups into the Scottish uplands.
Viv has spent the past five years working on some of the most remote and wildlife-rich seabird colonies the UK (and US) has to offer. She has completed seasonal positions on Fair Isle, the Isle of May, Skomer Island, and the Farallon Islands. Alongside the experience of working with seabirds, her interest and knowledge of migrant birds has developed into a passion. Viv is also a keen patch and local birder, actively contributing to their ornithological records.
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 coordinating and organising fieldwork, Caroline is a very capable data analyst, and has interpreted data for several large scale renewable projects as well as housing schemes and bridge restorations.
Liam is a trainee ecologist with a keen interest in the natural world. Currently developing his birding skills, he has experience in conducting peat probing, newt surveys and bat surveys.
Carroll Ecology have developed a network of experienced sub contractors with over 25 people at their disposal. This means you get all the man power you need but without the administrative burden that goes with it. One point of contact, your survey programmes coordinated, and only 1 invoice to process. Carroll Ecology takes the hassle out of delivering projects whether they be 1 day or 2 years. The team delivers high quality data and will conduct the surveys on time and on budget.