Minimize Project Delays & Protect Threatened Or Endangered Species

Davey Resource Group, Inc.’s team of botanists and biologists perform surveys to confirm the absence or presence of threatened and endangered wetland and non-wetland plant and animal species.

We understand the importance to communicate with stakeholders, environmental consultants, and developers, so obstacles and challenges of endangered species findings are immediately known to help minimize the costly impact on project timelines.

Through our ongoing training and expertise, we ensure our initial habitat reconnaissance studies maximize the data we collect. From our findings—which includes GIS data, land cover mapping and field surveys—we develop plans to aid in the coordination with state and federal agencies in compliance with the U.S. Endangered Species Act (ESA).

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DRG's Experience With Endangered Species

We have decades of project experience related to state and federally threatened or endangered species, ranging from the Indiana bat to mussel species such as the creek heelsplitter (Lasmigona compressa)

Our services include:

  • Habitat reconnaissance studies
  • Presence and habitat use determinations
  • Habitat construction and enhancement
  • Wetlands endangered and threatened species surveys
  • Wildlife surveys and management/monitoring plans
  • Remote sensing and land cover mapping
  • Geographic Information System (GIS) data collection
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Partner With Davey Resource Group For Your Next Project

With local offices across the country, our team of experts can provide the guidance, analysis, and quality service you need to manage the natural resources on your property. From wetlands and streams to stormwater management and tree inventories, we offer turn-key solutions for clients nationwide.

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What Is The Endangered Species Act?

The Endangered Species Act, authorized in 1973, provides a framework for the protection of endangered and threatened species and their habitats. The Endangered Species Act provides states with financial assistance and other incentives to develop and maintain conservation programs.

When development projects have the potential to impact protected species, expert survey, identification, and remediation may be required to ensure Endangered Species Act compliance.

Featured Endangered Species Work

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Threatened Species Study Ensures Safe Solar Farm Construction In Fort Indiantown Gap, PA

Davey Resource Group performed endangered and threatened species studies for the Tesla Laboratories’ proposed solar farm at Fort Indiantown Gap in Pennsylvania. In addition to species studies, DRG also prepared environmental documentation and permits.
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National Guard Training Center In Sea Girt, NJ Aims To Protect On-Site Natural Habitats

Starting in 2007, Davey Resource Group conducted rare species monitoring and protection services and habitat management at the Sea Girt National Guard Training Center in New Jersey
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DRG Helps Ocean County, NJ Airport Expansion Progress

Davey Resource Group helped Ocean County, NJ officials plan a build-out of its airport located within the NJ Pinelands Preservation Area by performing wetland delineations, threatened and endangered species surveys and creating a habitat management plan.
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NJ Causeway Replacement Project Receives Environmental Permitting With Help From DRG

Davey Resource Group prepared several surveys, assessments, and all the necessary permitting for the New Jersey Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration to ensure any potential environmental impacts made by a causeway replacement project were mitigated.
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DRG Helps Move Garden State Parkway Bridge Replacement In New Jersey Forward

Davey Resource Group assisted the New Jersey Turnpike Authority in obtaining State and Federal environmental permits for the replacement of Garden State Parkway bridge over Great Egg Harbor.
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DRG Restores Former Agricultural Fields In Independence, NJ

DRG performed wetland delineations and environmental assessments including endangered and threatened species surveys, obtained required State environmental permits, and developed restoration and mitigation plans for the project.
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