Wildlife Population Studies
There are instances when a population count of the local wildlife is required. Such a situation could be when some species are threatened or endangered.
The species would need to be counted to determine whether the local population is declining or improving.
Identifying the population of the local wildlife is a key indicator of conditions which are unfavorable or favorable to the species. It helps determine essential factors like whether there is a toxic situation that is negatively affecting the species or the water supply is contaminated beyond the permissible limit for the species.
By studying the local species trends and population, management decisions can be made for enhancing or maintaining the current management plan.
Contact the Wildlife Management Experts for wildlife population studies if you need a determination of your wildlife status.