We provide habitat assessments which explain the unique habitat makeup of one’s property.
Amy Karpati, PLAN it WILD’s naturalist will visit your site and perform a habitat assessment. She will study the existing conditions on-site including understanding the site’s ecological communities, the presence of rare species or habitats, habitat connectivity, biodiversity indicators, and the dominant trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants that are on-site. She will then provide you with a habitat report with this information which may reveal something new or that you had always wondered like ‘Which kind of birds are living in those trees? What plants to plant to attract the butterflies most likely to fly through this space?’