Environmental Wildlife and Endangered Species Surveys
New construction mostly needs an Endangered Species Survey or Environmental Environmental Wildlife Survey before land clearance. Requirements will differ subjected to the endangered species located in your area.
The Indiana bat is an example of an endangered species which is guarded by these crucial surveys. Depending upon what kind of survey you need, there may be a limitation on the time taken to complete the survey.
Let’s take an example: For the Indiana Bat survey, which can only be completed in a particular time in a year when the bats are active. This would be the same in the case when you are going for construction in an area where there is an endangered snake population.
Our Wildlife experts can conduct these surveys and provide reports for your company. Protecting nature is one of the exemplary services we provide for Environmental Wildlife & Endangered Species.