Stream mapping and biological assessments are crucial elements for environmental impact assessments and stream restoration efforts. EAI staff are trained, audited, and registered by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection for Habitat Assessment (HA) and...read more
A Crested Caracara. Photo courtesy of the Brevard Zoo EAI was recently contracted to perform site surveys for crested caracara activity. The crested caracara is a resident, non-migratory falcon species that occurs natively in Florida as well as the southwestern United...read more
Peak hurricane season has arrived for the western Atlantic. Even though hurricane Florence isn’t tracking to have a direct hit to Florida that doesn’t mean that we won’t be experience some of the effects from the storm. Hurricanes that travel along the East coast of...read more
EAI’s lead taxonomist, Matt Scripter, recently returned from 2 weeks at Highlands Biological Research Station in North Carolina where he was trained in mayfly, stonefly, and caddisfly larval identification. He then successfully passed the Society for Freshwater...read more
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