When the time comes for your Fort Worth threatened and endangered species survey, turn to the experts with ESE Partners. We have a team of experts who are very familiar with how to perform an accurate, comprehensive threatened and endangered species survey in Fort Worth TX. We’ve provided this service since 2007, so you can be completely confident your survey will be performed in the most professional manner possible.
Will You Need a Survey?
There is a chance you’ll need a Fort Worth threatened and endangered species survey before you’ll be able to start any sort of major construction project. If there is any chance you may be disturbing or destroying the habitat of any listed animal or plant species, you will probably not be able to obtain the necessary permits without this survey. There are many moving parts to a threatened and endangered species survey in Fort Worth TX. We will handle all of them so you can focus on other priorities.
These are some of the components of the typical survey.
- Step 1: We review all available databases to look for any records of protected species that are located in the area where your project is planned. If that is the case, then your threatened and endangered species survey in Fort Worth TX will proceed to the following step.
- Step 2: We will then ask the appropriate state and/or federal agencies for more detailed information on the specific species that may be affected by your project. Our team will find out what species exist, and what kind of impact your project may have on them.
- Step 3: ESE Partners experts will then perform on-site surveys if our review indicates they may be present. This investigation will reveal if the species is, in fact, in the area where your project is planned.
Let Us Provide the Solutions You Need
ESE Partners can perform the Fort Worth threatened and endangered species survey you need in order to help keep your project moving forward. If there is an issue, we’ll work to help you adjust on the fly. Get in touch with us for more information on this and other services we provide.
Species-specific surveys include:
- Houston toad
- Golden-cheeked warbler
- Ashy dogweed
- Navasota ladies-tresses