In Practice Issue 64: Wildlife Crime (June 2009)


Wildlife Crime – Can Prosecutions Achieve Anything Useful? 
Nicholas Crampton

CITES and International Wildlife Crime 
Colman O Criodain

Picking Bluebells and Blackberries: Plant Crime Fact and Fiction
Clare O’Reilly MIEEM

Fatal Attraction – Illegal Poisoning of Animals in Scotland
Michael J Taylor and Elizabeth A Sharp

Bats and Onshore Wind Farms: Site-by-Site Assessment and Post-Construction Monitoring Protocols 
Chris Cathrine AIEEM and Stuart Spray MIEEM

Adder’s-Tongue: A 13 Year Translocation Story 
Karl Crowther CEnv MIEEM, Adrian Bliss CEnv MIEEM and
 Paul Smith CEnv MIEEM

Marnel Park – Accommodating Great Crested Newts within a Residential Development 
Louise Redgrave CEnv MIEEM

Cetaceans on Yorkshire Rivers – A Lesson in Ecological Recording
Martin Fuller MIEEM

An Approach Towards the Valuation of Species – A Retrospective View?
Rodney Helliwell MIEEM

The Natural Capital Initiative

Natural England Standing Advice for Protected Species and Ancient Woodland
Sue Beale

Ecology Legal Update 
Penny Simpson

IEEM Spring Conference 2009: Wildlife Crime 
Nick Jackson AIEEM