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SSWC leads workshop on the design and success of internal bat at boxes SNH Annual Bat Workers Conference Thursday 23 February 2017

On Thursday 23 February 2017 Stuart Spray facilitated a workshop on the design and success of internal bat at boxes at the SNH Annual Bat Workers Conference. During the workshop Stuart highlighted the pros and cons of a handful of past projects he had worked on and gave handy tips on best practice including; It must be […]


SSWC and BAE shed light on the best practice for surveying for bats in bridges and viaducts!

This year Dan from Bell Access & Enginnering Ltd (BAE) and Stuart from Stuart Spray Wildlife Consultancy (SSWC) conducted workshops on ‘Best practice for surveying bat roosts in bridges and viaducts workshop’ at both the National Bat Conference and the Scottish Bat Conference.   The workshops started with and indoor session looking at the ecoology of bats […]


New records for noctule bat recorded in South West Scotland bat boxes

Two male noctule bats were recenty recorded by SSWC during a recent bat box inspection in South West Scotland. The boxes were erected 13 years ago hopeing to attact noctule. The new records are very exciting becasue although noctule are relatively abundant in South West Scotland,  there are very few actual records of roosts in […]


Stuart Spray Wildlife Consultancy at Also Festival

  We are just back for the Also Festival  where we lead a bat walk and talk on the Friday evening. The festival site was bat heaven with a Capability Brown designed landscape, ancient woodland and a fantastic lake. We had about 60 people on the walk and picked up soprano pips, common pips, noctule, Natterer’s and Daubenton’s […]


The SSWC team assist with the Staffin Island pilot whale stranding.

Whilst recovering from a night of bat work on the Isle of Skye, we became aware through social media that several pilot wales had beached on Staffin Island. At about 3am on June 02 2015, 21 pilot whales beached at An Corran possible following a female who had become distressed trying to give birth. 18 […]


We have just added three short films to the SSWC Website

We have just added three short films tothe SSWC website showing how invaluable the use camcorders and infra-red lights can be when surveying trees or buildings.


SSWC at the Wildlife and Transport Infrastructure Symposium

We are looking forward to attending the Wildlife and Transport Infrastructure Symposium organised by The Bat Conservation Trust in London tomorrow.


Slow down for badgers!

Scottish Badgers, independent Scottish charity, is asking motorists to slow down for the sake of our badgers.


Stuart Spray Wildlife Consultancy and Bell Access and Engineering work on their first joint project in 2015

This week Stuart Spray Wildlife Consultancy (SSWC) and Bell Access & Engineering Ltd. (BAE) have been working on their first joint project since the new year.


10 years of bats droppings removed from roof void near Dalkeith

The clean up was carried out under licence from Scottish Natural Heritage at the same time as essential repairs to the roof.