News

Feb
22
Comments are being received until April 10, 2015 on the Bald Eagle Conservation Plan. Based on a reintroduction program in the 1970’s and 1980’s and the banning of DDT use in the U.S., the bald eagle has made a remarkable recovery in New York State and throughout the northeastern U.S. Read More

Feb
15
TES continues to be one of the leading environmental consulting firms in the studies of endangered and threatened (E/T) species. Read More

Feb
15
TES assisted 3 S Gateway with wetland studies for their property located at Exit 41 of the NYS Thruway. The property is bounded by the NYS Thruway to the north, Route 414 to the east, and Route 318 to the south in the Towns of Tyre and Junius, Seneca County. TES delineated federal wetlands and other waters of the U.S. Read More

Feb
15
TES worked with the Village of Castorland and Bernier, Carr & Associates (BCA) and provided wetland services for needed upgrades at the Village’s waste water treatment plant (WWTP). Read More

Feb
08
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) believes that climate change, overharvesting of horseshoe crabs, and coastal development have contributed to significant red knot population declines. As a result, the USFWS has listed red knot as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. Read More

Nov
30
TES has been actively working on several endangered species surveys in southern New York. We have been searching for bog turtles, Blanding’s turtles, and timber rattlesnakes on many project sites this summer. Read More

Nov
23
What is the difference between wetland delineations performed by TES and other firms? First and foremost, wetland delineation is a primary focus of our firm and not a sideline. Our firm uses two wetland scientists for most jobs. Read More