McTavish conducted environmental assessments and baseline inventory for Bothwell Park, Charles Richardson Nature Reserve, and Campbell Heights Parkland within the City of Surrey (totalling over 140 hectares). The purpose of the assessment was to document existing conditions, conduct a resource inventory, identify suitable habitat restoration, and explore enhancement opportunities.
The environmental assessment included a desktop review and gap analysis of all available information. McTavish delivered associated reports, mapping, and detailed field inventories of the following valued ecosystem components:
- Vegetation and ecological communities (TEM/SEI)
- Fish and fish habitat
- Wildlife (including birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians) and wildlife habitat
- Species at risk
- Ecosystem interactions, including habitat connectivity and biodiversity
- Urban forest assessment, including assessments of windthrow, significant trees, and danger trees