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.
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