The Environmental Planning Group's Biological Resources Program is comprised of biologists and specialists in three sections: the Biology Team, Roadside Resources and the Wildlife Connectivity program. Our primary mission is evaluating sensitive species, developing appropriate conservation measures and completing necessary Endangered Species Act Section 7 consultation. We also coordinate the biological components of ADOT projects and operations with land managing and resource agencies and Arizona tribes. Our core vision is merging sensitive species issues, vegetation management and wildlife connectivity to streamline project development and create an efficient, cost effective project delivery and operations system.
Maps for Biologist and Herbicide/Invasive Species Contacts
Biological Guidance and Scoping
The biological Guidance and Scoping section will provide consultant practitioners the necessary links for the preparation and completion of project Biological Evaluation reports.
Biological Report Templates
The Biological Report Templates section will assist practitioners in the preparation of project Biological Evaluation reports.