About Ruth Tittensor

Three academics sharing their experiences and findings

Ruth Tittensor is an independent ecology and environmental history consultant based in Ayrshire and available for countryside consultancy projects throughout the UK.

Ruth graduated in Biology from Oxford University then took a research degree at Edinburgh University in the ecology and history of the Loch Lomond Oakwoods.

Ruth is a Chartered Biologist and Fellow of the Society of Biology.

An acclaimed researcher and author, Ruth’s book ‘An Oral History of Whitelee, its Community And Landscape‘ was shortlisted for the Scottish History Book Of The Year Award in 2009.

Ruth has 30 years experience delivering countryside consultancy for clients including statutory organisations such as Chichester Harbour Conservancy, farmers, estates and museums.

Her wide knowledge and deep experience of countryside matters at home and abroad can be put to good use on your land, use the ‘Contact’ page to get in touch and find out more.

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