Survey biodiversity with ecological audits
Why conduct a biodiversity audit?
An extensive inventory
During a biodiversity audit, a physical inventory of the site is carried out to observe the plant kingdom (trees, shrubs, grasses) and animals (mammals, birds, insects). The objective is to identify the state of conservation of the natural environment of a site and its integration into the local ecosystems. This allows our team of ecologists to define the strengths and weaknesses of a site and to identify the threats to which the natural habitats are subject.
The importance of green space management
Act for biodiversity
Following the ecological audit, a report summarising the observations made on the site is given to the client and a presentation is organised, giving rise to discussions on the various issues for biodiversity. Adapted and targeted advice is provided by our biodiversity experts based on their observations of the fauna, flora and management of the site. Subsequently, workshops can be organised with stakeholders such as green space managers, etc. to share the information gathered and extend the impact to the maximum extent possible to improve biodiversity on the site.
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