We conduct surveys for Federally endangered, threatened, candidate and State listed species throughout the Southeastern US. Species include, but not limited to: bats (habitat assessments and acoustic surveys), red-cockaded woodpecker, wood stork, bald eagle, gopher tortoise, frosted and reticulated flatwoods salamander (habitat assessment), all plant species.
Using the results of the surveys, we will complete a Biological Assessment for consultation with the USFWS.
With the surveys results and Biological Assessment, we will assist you with your Interagency Consultation (i.e., Section 7).
We conducted an on-site survey for the Gopher Tortoise (a State listed species) on a proposed solar site in GA. Active Gopher Tortoise burrows were identified, monitored, and a plan was implemented to relocate the tortoise.
We conducted an on-site survey for Federally endangered and threatened species (including dwarf-flowered heartleaf and acoustic surveys for the Northern long-eared bat) and completed the associated biological assessment for the USFWS on an approximately 100 acre site in Spartanburg County, SC. This site became the BMW car manufacturing site.
Led a team of two and conducted an on-site survey for Federally endangered and threatened species and completed the associated biological assessment for the USFWS on a 1,000+ acre site near Ridgeville, Dorchester County, SC. This site became the Volvo car manufacturing site.