Endangered Species Studies


Indiana Bat (Myotis sodalis)

Projects that undergo federal or state environmental quality reviews require site investigations for impacts to threatened and endangered species.  Bagdon Environmental has established an excellent reputation for completing accurate, scientifically sound endangered/threatened, and special concern species studies.  This reputation is built on a long track record of consistent reliability and performance that allow us to work effectively with state and federal regulators.  Our approach benefits clients through reduced agency review time and faster permit issuance, resulting in lower costs.


Marbled Salamander (Ambystoma opacum)

Our scientific staff has extensive knowledge of endangered/threatened species habitats and distributions in the Northeast.  We have conducted both habitat assessments and searches for many state and federally listed plant and wildlife species. This expertise, in conjunction with up-to-date literature searches and a network of academic affiliates, provides the most comprehensive services available.  Services include pre-development surveys, habitat suitability assessments, development of cost effective mitigation strategies, permit application preparation, and post-development bio-monitoring.

Our staff includes a Certified Wildlife Biologist recognized by the USFWS and NYSDEC Endangered Species Unit as an approved bog turtle surveyor.


Bog Turtle (Glyptemys muhlenbergii)

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Karner Blue Butterfly (Lycaeides melissa samuelis)