The Fraser Valley Conservancy offers a variety of services that can be applied to the development, planning, education and outreach, and environmental consulting sectors. Listed below are the two common forms of services conducted.
Wildlife reports aim to identify sensitive wildlife and wildlife habitat issues related to private land development in the areas in question. Wildlife reports encourage land use decisions that ensure the integrity of these species and/or habitats. Reports are intended to provide a standard assessment of known species and habitat information for a development property, but are not intended to replace field surveys for species occurrences and habitat values. Read More…
- Wildlife Report Sample
Baseline mapping such as SHIM, Sensitive Ecosystems Inventories (SEI) and Terrestrial Ecosystem Mapping (TEM) provide critical information regarding the health of habitats in investigated landscapes. This information identifies sensitive areas, areas of conservation concern, clarify ecosystem classification, and identify areas where rare species occur; in addition gathered information may provide more accurate and precise locations of streams and water bodies.
The collection of scaled and uniformed aerial photographs, cadastral information, and in-field produced data, as well as other collected municipal data will allow for a proactive approach to development planning in mapped areas
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