Biological & Geospatial Consulting Services

Based in Southern California. Working across the West and abroad.

Conducting fieldwork at Harris Beach State Park as part of the development of a wildlife management plan for the Oregon Parks & Recreation Department and in northern Nevada for the Owyhee Roads Fuelbreak Project for the United States Bureau of Land Management.

Marcus C. England is a lifelong naturalist with a particular interest in avian ecology and more than 20 years of experience as a consulting biologist. England|Ecology, LLC is a forward-thinking company that serves clients with:

  • Integrity – there is nothing more important than trust in a consultant/client relationship.
  • Objectivity – sound science and evidence-based solutions to problems.
  • Quality – every work product exceeds expectations.
  • Efficiency – relentless pursuit of process perfection.

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Key Projects & Services

  • Mt. Washington & Los Angeles Biological Studies

    England|Ecology Principal Marcus C. England has been a resident of Mt. Washington for 20 years and boasts a lifetime yard…

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  • Wildlife Management Plans

    England|Ecology has authored numerous wildlife assessments and management plans for for-profit companies, agencies, and other organizations in California and other…

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  • Geospatial Services

    England|Ecology has long-recognized the critical importance of spatial data to documenting biological resources, even prior to the widespread use of…

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  • Biological Resources Assessments

    One of England|Ecology’s core strengths is authorship and management of complex technical documents such as biological resources assessments in support…

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  • Threatened & Endangered Species Surveys

    England|Ecology has permits (where required) and experience conducting surveys for the following species listed as threatened or endangered under the…

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Fun Stuff

Pond Turtles Proposed for Federal Listing

Today, the US Fish and Wildlife Service proposed to list the Northwestern Pond Turtle (Actinemys marmorata) and Southwestern Pond Turtle (Actinemys pallida) as threatened under the Federal Endangered Species Act. At the time the agency initiated this listing process the two taxa were considered the same species, Western Pond Turtle, which is reflected in the…

North Pacific Right Whale Critical Habitat to be Revised

On September 26, 2023 the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) announced a 12-month determination on a petition to revise the critical habitat designation for the North Pacific Right Whale (Eubalaena japonica) under the Endangered Species Act. The NMFS intends to revise critical habitat after receipt of a petition from the Center for Biological Diversity and…

Wildlife Society Bulletin: California Condor Poisoned by Lead, Not Copper, When Both are Ingested

The September 2023 issue of The Wildlife Society’s Wildlife Society Bulletin contains a paper by Finkelstein et al. documenting the case of a California Condor that had ingested a lead fragment and copper bullet simultaneously. From the paper’s abstract: Lead poisoning from feeding on carcasses shot with lead-based ammunition is a well-known threat to wildlife.…

Fish and Wildlife Service Announces 90-Day Findings for Five Species

Today, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) announced 90-day findings on petitions to add five species to the Lists of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants under the Endangered Species Act of 1973. The Service found that the petitions to list the following four species presented “substantial scientific or commercial information indicating that…

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