Spotter Catchers and Wildlife Preservation Professionals

Spotter Catcher Services / Wildlife Management

VS Enviro has a team of highly experienced and versatile Spotter Catchers.  Our wildlife experts  are able to professionally manage on-ground wildlife issues (including rare and threatened species) on any project; be it a single habitat tree  or large scale clearing sites.   Our team is lead by our senior spotter Desley Salmon whose  dedication to wildlife spans over twenty years and her knowledge of the construction industry second to none.  Desley and the team will work closely with environmental departments or project personnel to achieve best practices in spotter catching.   We can also provide custom made  nesting boxes of various sizes and have them installed onsite.   

To compliment our on-ground spotter catcher services we also provide ecological pre-clearing habitat and fauna risk assessments, develop specific Fauna Management Plans (FMP’s) and deliver post clearing reports for projects as required.  Our dedicated team of Spotter Catchers will ensure your compliance with all regulatory responsibilities professionally and efficiently.    

VS Enviro have worked hard over the years to build strong professional working relationships with many local shire councils, state regulatory bodies and numerous wildlife carer groups to create an extensive network of contacts.  With our experience, know how and dedication to  wildlife preservation, at a cost remains highly competitive, our spotter catcher service is one of the best in the business.  We know what it takes to deliver excellent service, and our spotter catcher/wildlife management  service is a complete professional package which will achieve all of your  environmental objectives. 

If your project requires habitat disturbance on any scale e.g. individual tree, large scale vegetation clearing, demolition of buildings or removal of aquatic fauna, then VS Enviro  can help you identify and manage your compliance and wildlife issues.

Contact us for more details or to discuss particular wildlife management projects.