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Services

Our services include:

  • All aspects of Terrestrial, Freshwater, Estuarine & Coastal Ecology
  • Biological Surveys and Monitoring
  • Significant Natural Area Assessment
  • Ecological Effects Assessment
  • Restoration and Habitat Design/Implementation
  • Design and Implementation of Constructed Wetlands
  • Pest Control and Restoration Management Plans
  • Policy Advice
  • Ecological Assessments of Wind Farms - Freshwater, Flora and Fauna
  • Ecological Assessments of Infrastructure Projects, such as Roading, Wastewater Treatment Plants and Water Abstraction
  • Biodiversity Plans for Farms
  • Vegetation Assessment for Carbon Credits
  • Conservation Lot Subdivisions Assessments
  • Council, Environment Court and Board of Inquiry Expert Evidence Preparation and Presentation, including Mediation and Caucusing

Contact Gerry Kessels directly to discuss how we can help you: gerry@kessels-ecology.co.nz

 

Strategic Partners

Kessels Ecology compliments in-house expertise with well established working relationships with other reputable, specialized professionals in the following disciplines:

  • Hydrology
  • Planning
  • Surveying
  • Engineering
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Graphic Design
  • Water and Soil Testing
  • Plant and Animal Taxonomy
  • Landscaping and Native Plant Supply
  • A Wide Range of Specialist Fauna and Flora and Threatened Species Experts

 

Sponsorships

Kessels Ecology is supporting a number of projects. For example, we are involved in the following:

Biodiversity in Samoa

The tropical rainforest of the Samoan islands is home to two unique species of bird found nowhere else on earth: the Ma'oma'o and the Manumea. These Samoan endemics rely on the biodiversity of their tropical forest habitat for survival; however their very survival is far from certain as both species have declined drastically in the last decade. The Mao and Manumea project is conducting important research into why these species are declining and is working with the local government to develop conservation recovery plans. Kessels Ecology is an important sponsor of this project.

 

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