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Biological Resources Services

EcoPlan’s in-house biologists frequently prepare biological evaluations and assessments, preliminary site screening reports, biological monitoring plans and summary reports, and terrestrial and aquatic species and habitat conservation plans.

Our research assignments include but are not limited to the following:

  • Endangered Species Research and Surveys

  • Habitat Conservation Planning

  • Noxious Weed Inventories

  • Fisheries and Benthic Studies

  • Wetland and Aquatic Habitat Studies

  • Technical Expertise

  • Special Status Species Surveys

  • Soil Hydrology Studies

  • Ecological Studies

  • Revegetation and Reclamation

  • Plant and Wildlife Inventories

  • Riparian Community Surveys

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Southwestern Willow Flycatcher

Experts can distinguish the Willow Flycatchers from other look-alike species by their loud, raspy "fitz-bew" song.

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Desert Tortoise

Desert tortoises can survive one year without water. They absorb water from the vegetation they eat and dig shallow pools in the ground to collect rainwater.

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Arizona Cliff-Rose

The Arizona Cliff-Rose has been listed as endangered since 1984.