Lucy graduated from Liverpool John Moores University in 2020 with a first class wildlife conservation degree (BSc). Alongside working for Bowland Ecology, she studies for a MSc in Entomology at Harper Adams University and dedicates her spare time to the Lancashire Wildlife Trust species reintroduction group, where she breeds and studies a rare species of cricket. Prior to working for Bowland Ecology Lucy volunteered in various conservation roles, including assisting in biodiversity research of regenerating rainforest in the Peruvian Amazonia. In her role at Bowland Ecology, she assists with a wide range of ecological surveys including Phase One, bats, amphibians, reptiles, badgers, riparian mammals and crayfish. She carries out Ecological Desk Studies, is a competent GIS user (QGIS and Arc), undertakes data analysis (including bat sound analysis), and report writing including ecological appraisals.