Wildlife Monitoring is often recommended to occur during and throughout development of new projects. Data derived from these studies can be used to achieve on-going adaptive management objectives and to measure potential on-going impacts of projects.

STRIX principals have experience with the following techniques:

  • Aerial surveys for ungulates
  • Aerial surveys for beaver/muskrat
  • Amphibian call surveys
  • Bat surveys
  • Bird trapping and banding
  • Breeding bird surveys
  • Marsh monitoring
  • Nocturnal and diurnal owl surveys
  • Pellet count surveys
  • Radar surveys
  • Radio and satellite telemetry
  • Raptor call surveys
  • Small mammal live-trapping and tagging
  • Stick nest monitoring
  • Winter transect tracking
  • Winter back-trailing surveys