The in-house biologists at EcoPlan help guide our clients through all city, county, state, and federal plant, fish, and wildlife resource protection laws and regulations, including the Endangered Species Act, and conduct research on native biological resources of the region.
EcoPlan biologists survey for special status plant and wildlife species (threatened, endangered, sensitive, and invasive species), inventory riparian, upland, and aquatic habitats, monitor populations of riparian birds and desert reptiles, inventory native plant communities, provide environmental awareness training, and relocate wildlife in support of development.
We prepare biological assessments and evaluations, preliminary site screening reports, biological monitoring plans and summary reports, and terrestrial and aquatic species and habitat conservation plans. We also coordinate with state and federal wildlife resource agencies.
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Our research assignments cover the gamut of biological resource management and compliance:
• Fisheries and benthic studies
• Endangered species research and surveys
• Habitat conservation planning
• Wetland and aquatic habitat studies
• Revegetation and reclamation
• Noxious weed inventories
• Plant and wildlife inventories
• Riparian community surveys
• Special status species surveys
• Soil hydrology studies
• Ecological studies