King & MacGregor Environmental, Inc. (KME) biologists provide the sound, practical, scientific and regulatory experience needed to comply with the federal and state threatened or endangered plant and animal regulations. Our biologists conduct thorough field assessments to determine the presence of any threatened/endangered species or rare natural communities in a project area, and report their findings in an objective manner.
KME evaluates proposed project impacts and develops effective mitigation plans to accomplish project goals and to protect rare species. We understand that proper planning during the initial stages of a project may eliminate costly and time-consuming resource issues that may otherwise become more problematic. KME specializes in these services for both private and public sector development projects.
KME provides the following services:
- Rare, threatened, endangered (RTE)
plant and wildlife occurrence and habitat
- Rare natural communities assessments
- RTE species permit application
- Habitat management plan development
- RTE species transplantation and
- Michigan Department of Transportation
(MDOT) pre-qualified for endangered
plants and wildlife
Pokagon Casino & Resort
Natural Features Inventory
Wood turtle (Glyptemys insculpta)
Prairie trillium (Trillium recurvatum)