A Houston threatened and endangered species survey from ESE Partners will help ensure you are in compliance with the U.S. Endangered Species Act (ESA). The ESA was passed in 1973 in order to help protect both foreign and native plants and animals from extinction. If you are planning any sort of construction project that requires state or federal permitting, there’s a very good chance that you’ll need to conduct a threatened and endangered species survey in Houston TX. We have provided this service since 2007, so we have the experience and skill needed to make sure your survey will be complete and accurate.
Companies routinely turn to us to perform a Houston threatened and endangered species survey because they know we have a deep understanding of how to do it correctly. The ESA will typically prohibit any kind of activity that will have a detrimental impact on any kind of protected species. As you begin to assess your construction project, you need to make sure to contact ESE Partners to schedule a threatened and endangered species survey. If you ignore this survey, your entire project could be at risk.
Species-specific surveys include:
- Houston toad
- Golden-cheeked warbler
- Ashy dogweed
- Navasota ladies-tresses
In addition to conducting a threatened and endangered species survey in Houston TX, ESE Partners can help with a wide range of other wildlife and protected species-related services. Our experienced scientists have experience conducting several different types of surveys for many different endangered species. These include the following:
- Biological monitoring
- Assessments of threatened and endangered species habitats
- Bat acoustic monitoring
- Post-construction mortality studies
- Studies of raptors, eagles and songbirds
- And more
If you are planning any sort of major construction project and you need assistance in determining whether or not there are endangered or threatened species on the site, ESE Partners will be here for you. Our experienced staff members will make sure your survey is thorough and accurate. You’ll have a comprehensive picture of whether or not you’ll be able to proceed.
For more information on a Houston threatened and endangered species survey, contact the Houston office of ESE Partners as soon as you can.