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Wildlife Surveys

Eastern Short Horned LizardWildlife surveys may be required by the provincial (Alberta Environment and Parks) and federal (Environment Canada) governments prior to the development of projects. When development projects are proposed in areas where sensitive wildlife species may exist, surveys are required for federally and provincially designated endangered species, unlisted wildlife and sensitive habitats. Ghostpine personnel are able to identify wildlife species, habitats, and migration and hibernation patterns, diet and breeding requirements of endangered and other wildlife species. In addition to addressing species-specific concerns, Ghostpine has experience with broad-based conservation issues; conservation biology and sustainability. Strategies to maintain the integrity of important/sensitive wildlife habitats in the vicinity of development projects are employed during all phases of the environmental planning process, especially during initial routing and siting of developments.

During the environmental assessment process, Ghostpine:

  • Collects data on species observed in the project vicinity (from provincial databases and relevant literature)
  • Assesses the magnitude of potential conflicts
  • Consults with regulators on the client’s behalf
  • Provides well-balanced solutions, alternatives or mitigation procedures to address issues
  • Completes field surveys of wildlife in the vicinity (where warranted)
Wildlife Surveys

Proudly serving Western Canada from our three main office locations:

Calgary Office


111, 10699 – 46th Street SE
Calgary, AB, T2C 5C2

Phone: 403-291-9238
Fax: 403-291-9103
Toll Free: 1-866-291-9238

Fort St. John Office


11927 - 242 Road
Fort St. John, BC, V1J 4M7

Phone: 250-262-4525
Fax: 250-262-4547


Mailing Address:
Site 1 Comp 5, SS2 Stn Main,
Fort St. John, BC V1J 4M7


Medicine Hat Office


964C - 23rd Street SW
Medicine Hat, AB, T1A 8G3

Phone: 403-528-4212
Fax: 403-528-4218