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Managing risks to wildlife from Covid-19 in humans

Widespread infection of the human population with SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes Covid-19) raises the possibility that wild animals could become infected and thereafter be a potential source of onward transmission to humans and other animals.  This might not only impact adversely on wildlife health but could also pose a significant threat to the effective […]

August 2018 – Adventures in ecology

Letters from Lico As many of you will already be aware, two of our intrepid company directors (Rich and Tim) undertook a once-in-a-lifetime mission into the heart of Mozambique visiting uncharted and unexplored territory in search of previously undiscovered species. The trip was part-funded by Biocensus. The final write up has been delayed by Tim […]

March 2018 – Signs of Spring

Hello all, from a wintery Bath in Mid-March! It might feel like January out there, but things are moving on a pace with primroses and celandine popping up everywhere and the local peregrine on eggs. Click the image to see live pictures of the peregrines! My feeling is that once the wintery weather lets up, […]

December 2017

I’m currently being given the run around by a black-headed gull!  I was on the phone with a very important client the other day and spotted the gull outside my office.  It was sporting a colour ring which means it will have been ringed as part of a research project and re-sighting of these birds […]

June 2017 – It’s hot out there!

The last few months has seen some changes around Biocensus, mainly through on-going recruitment. As I reported back in March we recruited two ecology schedulers Zoe(L) and Georgia(R), and next month we welcome Robin Jones to Biocensus as Associate Director. Robin comes to us from our friendly client Arcadis (and we’re still friends) where he […]

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Managing risks to wildlife from Covid-19 in humans

Widespread infection of the human population with SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes Covid-19) raises the possibility that wild animals could become infected and thereafter be a potential source of onward transmission to humans and other animals.  This might not only impact adversely on wildlife health but could also pose a significant threat to the effective […]