Caleb Fry

BSc (Hons)


Caleb has worked in the environmental sector for over four years and has experience in working on a wide range of projects, from large scale infrastructure projects of national significance to small scale residential developments. He is a competent and experienced ecological surveyor, holding survey licences for great crested newts and natterjack toads, proficient in producing written reports for preliminary ecological appraisals, protected species surveys, BREEAM reports and a range of bespoke documents aimed to discharge planning conditions. He also assists Dr. Ransome with the long term monitoring of greater horseshoe bats at Woodchester mansion and dormouse population monitoring surveys conducted by the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust at Midger Wood.