Amphibians

As well as the relatively well known great crested newt, Britain has six other naturally occurring species of amphibian: the smooth newt, palmate newt, common toad, common frog, pool frog and natterjack toad.

Amphibians are found not just in rural areas but are prevalent in brown field sites, disused quarries and towns and cities. Where such habitats are involved, our knowledge and expertise will help to ensure that your development proceeds with minimum delay, cost-effectively and in full compliance with legal obligations

What amphibian services do we provide?

  • Surveys and site assessment
  • Fully trained, licensed and experienced ecologists who work with you to find practical solutions
  • Extensive field and mitigation experience in dealing with amphibians and their associated habitats
  • Full technical support for statutory licence application procedures
  • Fencing and habitat management
  • Translocation of amphibians
  • Pond and terrestrial habitat creation

Project Examples

Read more about more about about amphibian work undertaken by MKA Ecology

Newts and other amphibians

Large scale translocation of Great Crested Newts

Protected newts

Great Crested Newt EPS licence

Return to Protected Species
Return to Services

Seasonal timing of surveys can be critical – for more information see our

Survey Calendar

Find out more about how we can help – call us to discuss
01763 262211 or email info@mkaecology.co.uk