With a number of government legislations protecting rare and endangered species and ecosystems within British Columbia, it’s important to know where those species are, how they can affect resource development, and how developers can mitigate their effects on those species.
Keystone Wildlife Research has the contacts with government to remain up-to-date on the latest species protection information and regulations, the biological knowledge to predict the areas in the landscape that rare species or ecosystems might be found, and the field experience to conduct thorough inventories of the landscape for the presence of those rare species or ecosystems. Specifically, we conduct surveys for:
Rare or endangered wildlife
Rare or endangered plants
Rare or endangered plant communities
Regionally-significant, rare, or sensitive habitat