Biodiversity Surveys & Ecological Monitoring

Before you can implement conservation action to protect wildlife and habitats, it's really important to know exactly what's there to begin with.

Biodiversity surveys and ecological monitoring are key research tools that help define areas and species of most conservation value and need, and also provide data to allow effective monitoring and evaluation of implemented conservation measures.

Chester Zoo staff and partners have a broad range of taxonomic knowledge and interest, often with regional specialisms associated with our well established field programmes, and are proficient in various field survey techniques.

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