Articles by Direct Ecology Editor

Boxing Day

It may not have been 26th December, but with snow underfoot and boxes aplenty, a wee bit of festive cheer filled the air. Iain Mackenzie and Jack Bongard worked alongside Perth and Kinross Council on Tuesday, braving the wintry conditions to put up squirrel, bat and bird boxes at Kinross North Burial Ground.  In total,

We have moved!

As of January 1st, 2013, Direct Ecology have acquired our new office in the centre of Dunblane. Our new location is just off the high street, next to the Beech Tree cafe – so our customers can look forward to fine coffee and cake if you come to visit us! The new company address is:

DEL staff gain tree climbing qualifications

Three Direct Ecology staff recently undertook – and passed – a City & Guilds course in Basic Tree Climbing and Aerial Rescue. This course is an essential pre-requisite for any tree climbing activity, and greatly enhances the company’s ability in the area of tree-based bat survey work. Congratulations to Beccy, Jenny and Mike!