ABR built its reputation as a premier research and consulting firm based on excellence in wildlife science. We currently employ >25 wildlife biologists, many of whom have 20+ years of professional experience. Our staff includes ornithologists, mammalogists, and herpetologists, and we have conducted studies throughout the Lower 48, Alaska, and Hawaii, as well as at a number of international locations. We provide our clients with state-of-the-art study designs and analyses employing traditional ground, at-sea, and aerial surveys, as well as remote sensing techniques, such as radar ornithology, satellite telemetry, FLIR (forward looking infrared) sensors, bat/bird acoustic recorders, and UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles). We take pride in our abilities to deploy large, experienced field crews, to operate safely in remote field situations, and to work collaboratively with resource agencies and local stakeholders. Our wildlife team also is supported by our in-house capabilities in statistics, GIS, and database services (link) and landscape ecology (i.e., wildlife habitat mapping; link) to provide comprehensive studies of wildlife and their habitats. We specialize in baseline studies of abundance, distribution, and habitat use, impact assessments, threatened and endangered species studies and consultation, and permitting and NEPA services (link).