Canyon Wren Consulting Inc

By: Canyon Wren  09-12-2011
Keywords: Environmental Impact Assessment

Sensitive Species Inventory and Management
To effectively manage and conserve sensitive species and spaces, it is important to understand species distribution, density, habitat requirements and factors affecting long-term survival. As such Canyon Wren personnel have conducted and been involved in numerous sensitive species inventories and managment programs, including piping plover recovery planning, burrowing owl habitat assessments, coastal tailed frog inventories, harlequin duck population monitoring, and much more.

Environmental Impact Assessment
Regulatory approval process planning at local government, provincial (BCEAA, AEPEA) and federal (CEAA) levels, can all require the preparation of an environmental impact assessment (EIA) to determine the magnitude of impact a development is likely to have on the natural environment. If your project triggers an EIA, Canyon Wren Consulting will design and implement an assessment approach taylored to your specific site location and regulatory approval requirements.

blue grama grass - red listed           coastal tailed frog - blue listed          burrowing owl (den) - red listed

Keywords: Environmental Impact Assessment