Biological/Life Science Inventory

Biological inventories involve the collection and summary of biological data for a certain property, conservation area, provincial park, etc. Inventory projects may be broad in nature or may focus on specific features such as vegetation or wildlife diversity.

Such projects may be undertaken for several reasons, including as a key information gathering tool to inform park/conservation land planning. In many cases, private landowners may simply have an interest in better understanding that natural diversity on their property. A biological inventory also represents a key component of any comprehensive Environmental Impact Study or Natural Heritage Evaluation.

Aster staff have the skills and experience to undertake life-science inventories to support science-based and planning deliverables.

Staff have experience preparing comprehensive biological inventories, including wildlife surveys, botanical inventories, and complete biophysical assessments for a diverse range of clients - from rural landowners to Provincial Parks.