Charlotte joined BSG Ecology’s Newport office in September 2017, having previously worked for the company as an Assistant Ecologist in 2016.
During her time at BSG, Charlotte has developed her field skills through involvement in protected species surveys and extended Phase 1 Habitat surveys. Charlotte has a keen interest in herpetofauna and mammals, and is currently working towards her Natural Resources Wales protected species licence for great crested newt.
Charlotte’s work includes the preparation of fee proposals and reports, as well as processing and analysis of species data. Charlotte has considerable experience in bat echolocation call analysis and processing thermal imaging data (in relation to bats).
Charlotte has a Master’s degree in Biosciences, for which she carried out an independent research project investigating the effects of climate change on oak phenology, and the consequent impacts on a small passerine bird, the pied flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca).