Threatened and Endangered Species Assessments
In some cases, a regulatory agency may require that a project site be evaluated for threatened and endangered species before issuing a permit.
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Threatened & Endangered Species Habitat Assessments
The project site will be evaluated for any potential habitat that is preferred by various threatened and/or endangered species in order to determine the possibility of species presence.
Potential Bat Roosting Tree Surveys
In Michigan, there are two bats of concern. They are the Northern Long-Eared Bat (Myotis septentrionalis - Federally Endangered) and the Indiana Bat (Myotis sodalis - Federally Endangered). These species have specific requirements for roost trees. Trees with exceptional bat habitat have cutting restrictions in place to ensure these bats are not harmed. Tree surveys for potential roost trees ensure these species are not harmed during tree removal.
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