You can’t heal a broken leg by walking on it.
Similarly, the natural world can’t recover while people are destroying and building on it.
We believe – actually, we know – that giving nature room to breathe is the key to restoring biodiversity.
But it’s not as straightforward as it sounds. There’s more to it than resisting the urge to whip out the mower.
It takes careful forethought and ecological expertise.
Step up, Darwin Ecology.
How we’ll help
Every site is unique. Your land has features and terrain you won’t find anywhere else.
That’s why we take a hands-on approach, and get involved right from the beginning.
Our wildscape consultants know how to identify a site’s biodiversity potential. They’re pros when it comes to designing and creating sanctuaries that don’t just benefit wildlife, but people too.
We’re talking layered vegetation, woodlands, ponds, wildflower meadows… not just for the sake of it, but to give each site the biggest bang for its biodiversity buck.
If you want to use your land to help nature heal, get in touch today.
Habitat Management Plans
But we don’t just create natural spaces – we manage them too.
We know which habitats need what, as well as when and why they need it. We know how to protect and conserve on-site wildlife. And we know the best ways to manage sites with minimal human interference.
Our wildscape consultants have years of long-term site management experience on a huge range of projects, from small gardens to large SANGs (Suitable Alternative Natural Greenspaces), which are internationally important nature conservation sites.
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So if you need long-term land management – or simply some advice on how to do it yourself – contact us today.