Threatened, Endangered, & Special-Status Species - Surveys & Permitting

Threatened Species Threatened Species

ECORP biologists provide habitat assessments and conduct determinate surveys for special-status plant and wildlife species including those protected under the federal and state Endangered Species Acts. Our staff has statewide experience working within a variety of habitats and natural communities. Our biologists are familiar with species' habitat components, life histories, and agency-approved survey methodologies. ECORP staff assess project-related impacts and consult with regulatory agencies to avoid, minimize, and/or mitigate habitat impact.

Services Provided

Threatened Species
  • Compilation and analysis of baseline data and field inventory for listed/candidate and other special-status plants and animals
  • Inventory and identification of special-status plants and animals by permitted staff specialists
  • Implementation of agency-recommended protocols for presence/absence determination of special-status species
  • Preparation of Biological Assessment (BA) documents
  • Formal and informal consultation with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Marine Fisheries Service, U.S. Forest Service, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and local agencies

For More Information, Contact:

Threatened Species

 

Mari Quillman
Principal Biological Resources Project Manager
1801 Park Court Place
Building B, Suite 103
Santa Ana, CA 92701
(714) 648-0935
(714) 648-0935

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