Threats to the environment are a growing concern for many large sectors. For this reason, our qualified and experienced biologists conduct Wildlife Assessments on your projects before any movement takes place in order to help minimise risk of these threats becoming more severe or causing damage to land development projects that is costly to repair. Green Plan Ltd. is here with you every step of the way so don’t worry about anything!
Green Plan offers the following wildlife assessments services:
We take many precautions when assessing a situation for environmental damage as well as animal safety issues involving migratory birds or regulated species on private property such as bald eagles, peregrine falcons, cougars etc.
- Species at risk assessments
- Wildlife sweeps assessments
- Breeding assessments
- Migratory bird surveys
- Amphibian Surveys
Overview of Our Wildlife Assessments:
Since 1989, we’ve hired experts in wildlife assessment to ensure that all our assessments follow federal and provincial regulations. We have developed a comprehensive understanding of the Migratory Bird Convention Act (MBCA), Species at Risk Act (SARA) & Wildlife act so you don’t have to worry about any legal loopholes when it comes time for your project’s completion.
Approximately 450 species of native birds are hosted on a seasonal basis in Canada. The Migratory Bird Convention Act (MBCA) is a Canadian law that protects most migratory birds from destruction. We ensure that clients comply with the regulations and policies outlined by Environment and Climate Change Canada to ensure the protection of birds, their eggs, and their nests.
The Species at Risk Act (2002) was implemented to protect wildlife – ensuring wildlife does not disappear. This law provides recovery to wildlife that no longer exists in the wild and are endangered or threatened due to human activity. SARA also protects certain species that may become endangered or threatened. Green Plan carefully assesses projects to ensure clients are following all policies and regulations within the SARA act.
The Wildlife Act protects and conserves wildlife areas in Alberta. This act protects projects that may interrupt wildlife habitat critical to migratory birds and/or other species that may be endangered.
Green Plan Wildlife Assessment Services
- Species at risk assessments
- Wildlife camera programs
- Wildlife sweeps, breeding and migratory bird surveys, amphibian surveys. Breeding Bird Surveys
- Pre and post-construction wildlife assessments
- Avian Migration Surveys
- Pre-construction nest sweeps
With our extensive experience in the field, Green Plan Ltd environmental consultants have been providing top-notch Wildlife Assessments services for clients for decades now and we will continue in the years to come! With our wide range of specialists from biologists to environmental consultants, there’s no project too big or small that this company can handle with ease. We take many precautions when assessing a situation for environmental damage as well and ensure the processes meet the standards set by Alberta Wildlife Act.