SER staff have the education and experience to construct a wildlife study for your project site. Aside from wildlife habitat management planning, we can also help you with projects such as habitat construction, potential site suitability studies, and management of lands for rare, threatened, and endangered species.
We perform field data collection using the most reliable methodologies available. Using nearby facilities such as the University of Minnesota libraries, we will discover and consult the most current scientific, peer-reviewed information available on your species of interest. These steps ensure that the best information available is used in your study.
One example of a site suitability study we have recently performed is our Blanding’s turtle study.