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Built Environment Officer for the Bat Conservation Trust, providing awareness advice, training and best practice guidance.Project Manager
Joanna Ferguson currently works at the Bat Conservation Trust as their Built Environment Officer, managing the 'Bats and the Built Environment' project. Jo is an urban bat ecologist with over 15 years experience in both a voluntary and professional capacity, in the UK and Australia. She's project managed ecological input for a wide-range of small and large scale sites, including infrastructure projects, commercial and residential schemes. Extensive experience in UK protected species survey, specialising in bats in the urban environment. Currently using these skills and knowledge to provide bat and biodiversity awareness advice, training and best practice guidance to the built environment sector. Sits on the Construction Industry Research and Information Association (CIRIA) ecology group.
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