Wildlife Impact Studies
A wildlife impact study focuses on the impact a species has on its environment and the effect that the species has on other species. For example, if you were to introduce an alligator into a duck pond, there would probably be adverse effects for the ducks!
As another example, an overabundant deer population can wreak havoc on local landscaping and also pose a threat to drivers on roads.
Knowing what impacts certain species of wildlife will have on their native environment is an absolute must for wildlife management decision-makers. In addition, new developments can significantly impact local wildlife, and conducting an impact study, along with implementing practices to mitigate any negative impacts, can allow building projects to move forward.
If you are embarking on a construction project or simply want a property studied before you purchase it, call the professionals at AAAC Wildlife Removal Ashland. Our trained experts can assist you with creating a wildlife impact study.