Adam joined the team in January 2019 and brings 5 years of experience in ecological and environmental impact assessment.
Previously, Adam has worked on a wide variety of projects, from barn conversions and housing developments to High Speed 2 and large oil and gas infrastructure. Prior to arriving at Wild Frontier he was working overseas on infrastructure development in Myanmar.
Adam has a particular interest in botany and at Wild Frontier he conducts survey work including extended Phase 1 and protected species surveys (such as great crested newts and bats) as well as report writing. Adam is a great crested newt licence holder.