Eleanor is a wildlife biologist and conservationist with extensive experience in upland Scotland who holds an MSc Conservation Biology from Manchester Metropolitan University and the University of Aberdeen, and a Common Professional Exam and Solicitors Final Exam from the College of Law, London.
She gained a Postgraduate Certificate in Biological Recording and Species Identification at the University of Birmingham/Field Studies Council, and a BA (Hons.) Geography from the University of Durham.
Eleanor is a member of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (MCIEEM) and she also has a Professional Development Award in Renewable Energy Systems.
Her specialisms and recent projects include undertaking botanical surveys for environmental consultancies and government agencies, ecological data analysis and management, work on the encouragement and management of wild habitats and biodiversity monitoring.
She has undertaken specialist surveys on tree pests and diseases, ancient trees, freshwater and terrestrial invertebrates, mammals and birds.
She is also experienced in radio-tracking birds and mammals and has conducted surveillance and protection of birds of prey and undertaken reviews of wildlife legislation.Our team