Amy Lazenby

Assistant Ecologist

Skills and expertise

Moving forward from her ecology focussed degree, Amy gained initial practical experience working as an ecology subcontractor before joining The Landmark Practice’s team in May 2024.  She is currently being kept busy with the bat survey season but is keen to develop her skills across all areas.

Amy has a fantastic, sunny, ‘can do’ attitude and an enquiring mind; we are thrilled to support her career development and can’t wait to see where it takes her!


Specialist interests

Botany and fungus

Career summary

At university I studied Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Science at UWE.  I carried out a wide range of projects some more locally in Leigh Woods (Bristol), and some international like the Tsinjoarivo- Amalaomby region of Madagascar.  My work experience began in customer service, however my passion has always been in wildlife. I volunteered at Slimbridge WWT in 2021, then as a subcontractor for an ecological consultancy in 2023.


BSc Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Science

First Job

Stable hand

Now known for

Wrestling with QGIS


Food – especially brunch, being outdoors in nature, travelling and exploring anywhere new.