Ecologists at all levels required: Cambridge, London, Milton Keynes, Oxford. Apply by 25 January 2021
The great crested newt district level licensing is changing. MKA Ecology provides more detail on this scheme and highlights what this means for developers and planning agents
MKA Ecology continues to expand its team with the recent joining of Rory Roche as a Consultant Ecologist. Rory heads up the London and south east branch of the business to continue to provide existing and new clients with high quality ecological solutions.
MKA Ecology has helped transform relict field into diversity-rich and pollinator-friendly meadow. Two years on and our team undertook a bioblitz to discover the results.
Restoring habitat for native species is contributing to a positive effect on our ecosystems. We gave biodiversity advice on transforming Kings College Chapel lawn into a beautiful biodiverse wildflower meadow
MKA Ecology celebrated its 21st anniversary in March 2020. Take a look at the selection of photos taken during the party to mark this special occasion.
At the CIEEM 2019 AGM, Marcus Kohler, director of MKA Ecology, raised his concerns over the culture within some ecological consultancies expecting junior staff to work excessive hours in the field during summer contracts and their first jobs. Marcus shares his thoughts.
Here's an undergraduate's report on his summer ecology internship with us detailing some of his experiences, what he's learnt and his dreams to pursue a career in this field.
Our head office now has a new home! Still based in Cambridgeshire but we now have more space for our expanding team of ecologists.
Achieving the economic and infrastructural development envisioned for the Arc whilst restoring its biodiversity will be challenging. MKA's Ecologist identifies those environmental factors that should be addressed.