Wetland and Wildlife at EDI Projects
Stream Mitigation designed and monitored by EDI
Buckthorn and Multiflora rose removal.
Perennial stream corridor mapped during a detailed delineation.
Tree species, diameter, density and health survey.
Field data collected by the professional responsible for analysis.
Monitoring photograph of dense pickerel weed growing in a wetland mitigation area
Diverse emergent wetland caused by beaver activity
EDI has worked on several wind energy and utility projects
Roundleaf Sundew identified in a bog community in northern New York
EDI staff completed tree planting within a wetland mitigation and located each tree with a GPS unit
Boardwalk on trail designed by EDI through hardwood swamp on a local college campus - Amherst New York
Invasive plant species removal such as this purple loosestrife - Clarence New York
EDI has ecologists who are qualified to perform various wildlife studies
Common Sneezeweed identified during a wetland mitigation site visit
Native trees planted within a wetland mitigation basin
EDI has the equipment and capability to remove invasive plant species
A highly successful wetland mitigation area
Cardinal flower in a hardwood swamp
Deep emergent marsh community designed and monitored by EDI showing excellent plant diversity.
Rare native wildflower identified at mitigation site
An adult Devil Crayfish (Cambarus diogenes) trapped by EDI ecologist during a relocation project - Niagara County
Wetland trail and informational sign designed by EDI as part of a wetland mitigation project.
Green frog in vernal pool
Planting trees within an upland community for wildlife habitat enhancement