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- Great crested new licence holder (class 1)
- Bat licence holder (class 2)
- Experience surveying buildings and trees for bats
- Ecological supervision of works
- Ecology and field biology research
- Providing ecological advice to statutory and non-statutory organisations
- Publications and presentations:
- Carr, A., Zeale, M., Weatherall, A., Froidevaux, J., Jones, G., 2018. Ground-based and LiDAR-derived measurements reveal scale-dependent selection of roost characteristics by the rare tree-dwelling bat Barbastella barbastellus. Forest Ecology and Management. 417: 237-246
- Young, S., Carr, A., & Jones, G. 2018. CCTV enables the discovery of new barbastelle (Barbastella barbastellus) vocalisations and activity patterns near a roost. Acta Chiropterologica. 20: 263-272
- Carr, A., Zeale, M., Weatherall, A., & Jones, G. 2017. Roost selection by a rare tree-dwelling bat at different spatial scales. Oral presentation at the 14th European Bat Research Symposium. Donostia. Available at: http://www.ebrs2017.eus/EBRS2017_AbstractBook.pdf
- Carr, A., Weatherall, A., Zeale, M., & Jones, G. 2017. Woodland management and forest-dwelling bats. Oral presentation to the woodland bat technical advisory group for the Bat Conservation Trust. London.
- Carr, A., Zeale, M., & Jones, G. 2016. The Barbastelle in Bovey Valley Woods. A technical report prepared for the Woodland Trust. University of Bristol. Bristol. Available at: http://www.moorthanmeetstheeye.org/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/911264/Bovey_Valley_Barbastelle_Study_-Final_Oct_2016.pdf
Andy has recently finished a PhD which investigated the impacts of woodland management on bats and their insect prey. Andrew has also worked as an Ecological Consultant specialising in bats since 2010.