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Common Ground Ecology - Wildlife Ecology and Conservation in Florida

Conserve Florida ecology while allowing landowners to attain value for their property. We tread lightly on the land and deal fairly with our clients.

Conserve Florida Ecology

Common Ground Ecology helps government agencies and landowners to conserve Florida ecology to develop workable, science-based plans that balance the needs of wildlife and natural lands with land use issues.

Sand Skink and Northern Crested Caracara Permitting

Common Ground Ecology helps developers and landowners for the sand skink and northern crested caracara permitting services that protect wildlife and allow for reasonable land development. Contact us!

Conserve Florida Ecology and Ecosystem

We help government agencies and landowners to conserve Florida ecology and ecosystem. Our vision is to contribute to a Florida that finds common ground between the needs of the natural environment and the requirements of economically-sound land use. We believe in a balance between financial value and ecological need to support and protect what makes our state so special—our truly unique ecosystems. Contact us for more information.

Habitat Conservation Plan

Common Ground Ecology designs habitat conservation plan with a dedicated focus on the particular ecological needs of plants and animals native to Florida.

Florida Scrub-jay Education and Habitat Conservation Plan

Common Ground Ecology provides Florida scrub-jay education and designs habitat conservation plan with a dedicated focus on the particular ecological needs of plants and animals native to Florida. Preserving habitat for Florida’s unique wildlife requires a specialized understanding of a fragile balance of ecological components. For more information visit our website.

Things You Can Do To Help and Protect Endangered Species

We all recognise that there are various endangered species all over the planet. The word ‘endangered’ means that these groups are at a towering risk of becoming vanished if no steps are taken to look after and refurbish their habitats. We positively would like to keep them from going extinct for protecting the ecosystem. However, you are just one individual, so there is not something you be able to do, right? Wrong. Read more about how to help and protect endangered species.

Conserve Florida Ecology

We help developers and landowners to conserve Florida ecology by developing strategies that protect Florida lands, native wildlife, and the people those systems impact.

Gopher Tortoise Training

We provide gopher tortoise training to the students with the vital contextual background information on the biology and ecology of tortoises. Join us today!

Gopher Tortoise Relocation

We provide the relocation services for the gopher tortoise. Our goal is to work with the landowner to quickly eliminate the potential for impacts to gopher tortoises on any sized private or public project. We resolve projects efficiently and thoroughly to allow the client to rest at ease that the gopher tortoise aspect of their project is no longer a concern. Contact us!

How you can conserve Florida panther?

Florida has the second maximum number of endangered species in the USA, and as the population growing up and metropolitan areas spread out; the sum of panther habitat continues to fall off. The Florida panther is the only cougar species found east of the Mississippi River. Although you will view the Florida panther on all things from license plates to the state hockey team’s sport shirt, this elusive cat was one of the first animals added to the U.S. Endangered Species List in 1967. It is one of the mainly threatened mammals in the globe, with existing population numbers hovering around 100 adult cats. Therefore, it is essential to take some steps to conserve Florida panthers because the panther doesn't only influence the ecosystem and the species living in it but, if this breed were to befall vanished, it could eventually put the whole cougar population at risk.

Florida Ecology

Finding the best wildlife ecology in Florida? We develop fair, honest and comprehensive assessments and strategies that protect Florida lands, native wildlife, and the people those systems impact.

Gopher Tortoise Permitting

Common Ground ecology has highly qualified staff provide gopher tortoise permitting and training courses. For more information, visit our website!

Impact of the Climate Changes on Florida Ecology

The sea is mounting about one inch each decade, and torrential rainstorms are becoming harsher. In the upcoming decades, increasing temperatures are probable to boost storm damages, damage coral reefs, enhance the frequency of offensively hot days, decrease the threat of freezing to Florida’s agriculture and hence disturb the complete Florida ecology.