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NatureCounters Customers NatureCounters Customers

People buy conservation equipment from us for all sorts of reasons; universities buying research equipment, conservation charities protecting open spaces, building companies performing mitigation measures when wildlife is displaced, farmers engaged in stewardship schemes, and private individuals who want to study and care for the wildlife in their garden.

We have asked a few of them if they would let us feature them on these pages, so that you can see who else is buying our equipment.

Thank you to each of these organisations for allowing us to feature them on our website here

Wildlife Conservation Organisations

Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust

Putting up a Schwegler 1FF batbox Putting up a Schwegler 1FF batbox Putting up a Schwegler 1FF batbox
Photos credit: Bernard Baverstock, Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust

Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust were one of our first customers for Schwegler boxes when we started to stock them, and have recently come back to order 2 Schwegler 1FS Large Colony batboxes, a number of Schwegler 2F batboxes with double front panels, and 4 bat detectors, all with money they have raised from a very successful bat-awareness fund-raising campaign.
We were very pleased to be able to supply them once again.
You can find out more about Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust and become a supporter at

Butterfly Conservation Warwickshire

Mike Slater putting up the Schwegler 2FN bat boxes:
Putting up a Schwegler 2FN batbox

Butterfly Conservation Warwickshire beautiful butterfly reserve at Ryton: Ryton Wood Meadows Butterfly Reserve
Photos credit: Matthew Shepherd/ Butterfly Conservation Warwickshire

Twelve bat boxes were erected in March 2014 on Butterfly Conservation Ryton Wood Meadows Butterfly Reserve at Ryton on Dunsmore near Coventry, Warwickshire. Led by Mike Slater (Reserve Warden & Butterfly Conservation-Warwickshire Conservation Officer) volunteers from Butterfly Conservation were involved in the installation of the bat boxes on mature oaks in the woodland section of the reserve. The reserve is in Higher Level Stewardship and the bat box project was funded by DEFRA under this scheme. It may seem like an "own goal" to install homes for moth eating mammals but we try to improve the habitat for all wildlife, not just butterflies and moths!

These photographs of Mike Slater and a view of the reserve were taken by Matthew Shepherd.

You can find out more about Butterfly Conservation Warwickshire and become a supporter at


Ecological Land Management Ltd.

Established by ecologist Phil Pearce in 2001, Ecological Land Management Ltd enhances habitats to improve their biodiversity and encourage their appreciation by the public. Based in Wrexham, North Wales, they are committed to an award winning environmental policy and strive to increase biodivesity through expert habitat management. They offer a wide range of habitat management services, from translocation and mitigation to grassland management and forestry services.
Ecological Land Management Ltd.

Ecological Land Management Ltd.
Photos credit: Phil Pearce / Ecological Land Management Ltd.
You can find out more about Ecological Land Management Ltd. and the services they offer at

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