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Baker Consultants cements “special relationship”

Andrew Baker (Director) and Paul Howden-Leach are off to visit Wildlife Acoustics this week in their home of Concord, Massachusetts. Over the winter, Paul has been developing the “field guide” for Wildlife Acoustics’ SM2 bat detector and training courses which are currently being offered in the UK and world wide. The US trip will allow us to have more in-depth discussions with Wildlife Acoustics’ technicians and software developers and look to at new products in development.

With any luck we’ll get some pics from them during their travels…

CarlosCanoeFeatureBaker Consultants appoints a new technical director

As the planned expansion of the business continues (end of year results reported an increase in turnover of 90%), Baker Consultants can announce that the core team is to be expanded by the appointment of Carlos Abrahams.

Carlos will join the management team later this month and take up the post of Technical Director. Formally a senior consultant at URS, Carlos is considered to be one of the industry’s leading figures with over 20 years’ professional experience. An ecologist in the true sense of the word, he has a broad range of skills as well as a research interest in “draw-down” zones and is currently working towards a PhD through publication.

Kelly Clark is leading a couple of walks for the Arkwright Society this spring.

The first is a Woodland Walk on 1st April to look at the flora and fauna of the conservation area of Willersley Castle and Cromford, the second an evening bat walk along Cromford Canal on Friday May 6th.

They can both be booked through the events calendar of the Arkwright Society web site.