Wildlife Services

Detect, survey or monitor animal species 

 

Our wildlife services allow you to detect, survey or monitor animal species based either on environmental sampling (e.g. from eDNA in water) or direct sampling (e.g. of invertebrates or faecal samples).

Every sample type has its own sets of benefits, considerations and limitations, while different lab analysis methods can provide different kinds of information, so make sure you read the relevant sections of the website or get in touch to find out more and decide on the best approach for your needs.

Follow the links below to learn about some of the routine services that we offer. If you can’t see what you’re looking for, please get in touch and we may be able to help.

  • GCN eDNA
  • Aquatic Services 
    • Fish Only
    • Aquatic Vertebrates
    • Mammal Survey
  • Wildlife Diseases
  • Invertebrate Surveys
  • Underdevelopment
  • Species from Faeces
    • Bats
    • Otters

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Fish Only

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GCN eDNA

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Aquatic Vertebrates

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Mammal Surveys

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Wildlife Diseases

Emerging infectious diseases (EIDs) are one of the major issues facing wildlife conservation today

Invertebrate Surveys

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Under Development

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Bats

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Otters

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