Special-Status Species Permits & Survey Capabilities

Bat Giant Garter Snake Mohave ground Squirrel Burrowing Owl Salamander Desert Tortoise Fairy Shrimp

ECORP has highly qualified staff with the expertise and necessary federal and state permits to conduct habitat assessments and protocol-level surveys. ECORP biologists hold current permits and perform surveys for numerous special-status species including:


  • Conservancy fairy shrimp
  • Longhorn fairy shrimp
  • Vernal pool fairy shrimp
  • San Diego fairy shrimp
  • Riverside fairy shrimp
  • Vernal pool tadpole shrimp
  • Quino checkerspot butterfly
  • Mission blue butterfly


  • California tiger salamander
  • Arroyo toad
  • California red-legged frog
  • Foothill yellow-legged frog
  • Mountain yellow-legged frog
  • Western spadefoot


  • Burrowing owl
  • Least Bell's vireo
  • California gnatcatcher
  • Swainson’s hawk
  • Willow flycatcher
  • Migratory species


  • Rare, threatened, and endangered plant vouchers
  • Identification of Caulerpa taxifolia algae


  • Western pond turtle
  • Desert tortoise
  • Giant garter snake
  • Alameda whipsnake


  • Southern California steelhead ESU
  • Delta smelt
  • Arroyo chub
  • Hardhead minnow
  • Santa Ana speckled dace
  • Santa Ana sucker
  • Unarmored threespine stickleback
  • Tidewater goby


  • California bat species
  • San Joaquin kit fox
  • Bighorn sheep
  • Stephens’ kangaroo rat
  • San Bernardino kangaroo rat
  • Mohave ground squirrel
  • Palm Springs round-tailed ground squirrel
  • Palm Springs pocket mouse
  • White-eared pocket mouse

For More Information, Contact:

Peter Balfour
Vice President / Director of Biological Sciences
ECORP Consulting, Inc.
2525 Warren Drive
Rocklin, CA 95677
phone: (916) 782-9100
fax: (916) 782-9134

Back to Biological Resources Main page