Our Bristol Consultancy

The Bristol office was set up in May 2014. We are a small busy team of ecologists and we cover a large geographical area.  We have a large amount of expertise within the Bristol Office and experienced surveyors. We can assist with any project with ecological or wildlife issues.

Our Bristol team is highly experienced in bat surveys, assessment and mitigation.  We have surveyors with survey licences as well as new Bat Low Impact Class Licence (which is a new licence offered by Natural England). We are also highly experienced in phase 1 habitats, reptile, great crested newts, badgers, dormice, otters, water voles among others things.  We offer our clients bespoke services to their projects and have built up a large loyal client base.

Meet the Bristol Team
Acorn Ecology Bristol

Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol

Contact Bristol

Tel: 0117 923 2768
Mobile: 07971 994324

Email: info@acornecology.co.uk

The Bristol Team

Steph Attwood MSc DIC BSc(Hons) MCIEEM
Steph Attwood MSc DIC BSc(Hons) MCIEEMBranch Manager | Principal Ecologist

Steph is our Bristol Branch Manager and has 8 years’ experience in ecological consultancy and the public sector. She is a full member of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management and has specialist knowledge and extensive experience in protected species surveys (bats, water voles, otters, amphibians, reptiles, badgers, white-clawed crayfish and aquatic invertebrates). She is experienced in Extended Phase 1 Habitat Surveys, National Vegetation Classification Surveys for woodland and grassland and also rare arable plant surveys. Stephanie is also experienced in undertaking River Habitat Surveys, River Corridor Surveys and producing Habitat Management Plans.

Steph is a holder of Natural England (NE) and Countryside Council for Wales (CCW) bat survey licenses and has extensive experience in European Protected Species (EPS) development licence application process. She also holds a great crested newt license (NE). Stephanie is also a trained tree climber and undertakes aerial assessments for bats in trees.

In her spare time she is a passionate rock climber.

Hannah Whitfield BSc (Hons)
Hannah Whitfield BSc (Hons)Assistant Ecologist

Hannah completed her degree in Conservation Biology at the University of the West of England in 2014. She has had several years of experience studying wildlife in Zakynthos, Costa Rica and Peru where she collected data on species such as leatherback turtles, white caiman and giant river otters. She recently spent several months on an RSPB nature reserve learning about monitoring techniques and habitat management. Hannah joined Acorn Ecology in 2017 whilst studying on the Certificate Course in Ecological Consultancy and has experience in conducting a range of survey techniques for protected species. She is currently in the process of applying for her CSCS card and graduate CIEEM membership.

In her spare time Hannah enjoys reading, working out and painting.

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