The protection of aquatic and terrestrial ecology is guided by multiple levels of legislation across Australia, generally triggered by some form of development application. A thorough ecological assessment within the aquatic / terrestrial environment is required to adequately inform relevant consent agencies and streamline projects.
Key ecological services provided by AWC include:
• Threatened species assessments
• Vegetation Management Plans (VMPs)
• BAM Assessments
• Ecological Assessment Reports (EARs)
• Bush fire assessments
• Full flora and fauna surveys
• Aquatic vertebrate surveys
• Macro invertebrate surveys
• Rehabilitation plans
• Koala Management Plans (KPoMs)
• Wetland rehabilitation
AWC are BAM accredited
Australia Wetlands Consulting Senior Ecologist Eli Dutton and Ecologist Hannah Reid are Accredited Biodiversity Assessment Method Assessors (BAM Assessor) under the Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 (NSW).
The Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 (NSW) requires BAM Assessors to complete accreditation training and provide extensive evidence of ecological experience to be accredited. Only accredited BAM Assessors can undertake biodiversity assessments using the Biodiversity Assessment Methodology (BAM).
Along with all other ecological assessments Australian Wetlands Consulting can now provide assistance in the preparation Biodiversity Development Assessment Reports and Biodiversity Stewardship Site Assessment Reports.
To find out how we can assist you with your ecological needs please contact us on (02) 66871 550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org