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Perhaps you’re a wind farm developer who wants to erect turbines in a remote, rural area, but you’re wondering if your turbines will attract birds or disrupt their migratory pattern. Maybe you’re in the process of building a large housing complex and you’ve come across fossilized remains. You could even be a city representative who is hearing concerns from local fisherman and farmers about fish mortality or low water flow. These are all issues that our clients deal with; and with a diverse group of biologists, ecologists, paleontologists, and other technical experts, SWCA addresses these biological, aquatic, terrestrial and water issues with an ultimate goal of managing the natural resources on which we all depend.
We specialize in all areas of natural resource management, including planning, mitigation, and permitting that is related to the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and other critical legislation for terrestrial and aquatic species and their habitats.