ABOUT

JENNY WALLACE

BSc (Hons), MSc, MCIEEM

 

Jenny is a freelance ecologist based in Crieff in Perthshire. She has worked in the environmental sector for over seven years and has a wealth of survey experience throughout Scotland.

 

Specialising in bat work, Jenny holds an SNH Bat Roost Visitor Licence and is a qualified tree climber. She also has wide ranging experience of other protected mammal species surveys, including for otter, wate vole, badger, red squirrel and pine marten.

Jenny has a BSc in Environmental Geosciences (Cardiff University, 2007) and an MSc in Environmental Conservation (University of Greenwich, 2009). She is a Full Member of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM) and an active member of the local bat group.

PUBLICATIONS

Factors Influencing Moth Assemblages in Woodland Fragments on Farmland: Implications for Woodland Management and Creation Schemes (2012) Fuentes-Montemayor, Elisa; Goulson, Dave; Cavin, Liam; Wallace, Jenny M; Park, Kirsty J. Biological Conservation. 153:265-275.

 

Fragmented woodlands in agricultural landscapes: the influence of woodland character and landscape context on bats and their insect prey (2013)  Fuentes-Montemayor, Elisa; Goulson, Dave; Cavin, Liam; Wallace, Jenny M; Park, Kirsty J. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment. 172:6-15.

 

Forest Research: Forestry Commission working with Civil Society (2010)

 

 

 

 

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JENNY WALLACE BSc, MSc, MCIEEM

T: 07904599170 E: info@jennywallaceecology.co.uk