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Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide exceptional service and expertise driven by a passion for the natural world.

We uphold a great standard for our code of ethics and processes while tackling complex natural resource challenges.

We take pride in our amazing, passionate, and multidisciplinary technical experts, who allow us to help guide clients through the complexities of our everchanging environment and the laws and regulations that protect it.

We work to encourage innovation and exceptional natural resource services to help clients meet their project goals.

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We are dedicated to the betterment of our community, our neighbors and each other.

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The abandoned places of the world tend to have a certain vibe to them. This abandoned railroad tunnel is no different! Copperhead is doing research in these abandoned tunnels to see if there are any bats snuggled up and hibernating inside. Do you get spooky vibes? 😱 ... See MoreSee Less
The abandoned places of the world tend to have a certain vibe to them. This abandoned railroad tunnel is no different! Copperhead is doing research in these abandoned tunnels to see if there are any bats snuggled up and hibernating inside. Do you get spooky vibes? 😱

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Does envy count?

Check it out! Copperhead was featured in the December 2020 issue of Kentucky Caver. Copperhead's friend Bob Roth, who has assisted us with numerous winter bat censuses, penned an article on Barefoot Pit where we have conducted winter bat counts since 2012 with Bob and the late, great Bill Walden. The December issue includes several spectacular photos by Bob. ... See MoreSee Less
Check it out! Copperhead was featured in the December 2020 issue of Kentucky Caver. Copperheads friend Bob Roth, who has assisted us with numerous winter bat censuses, penned an article on Barefoot Pit where we have conducted winter bat counts since 2012 with Bob and the late, great Bill Walden. The December issue includes several spectacular photos by Bob.

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Judy Mullins Dourson, you might be able to use the snail sampling photo if you ask...

I am sure we can all agree that we are done with this weather. We need some sun in our lives and what better place to get it than the High Temple at the Lamanai Archaeological Reserve? Our bat researchers collaborate on a variety of projects here. Pictured is our one and only Steve Samoray checking out his mist net site, credit for the photo goes to Price Sewell. I don't know about the rest of you but I'm jealous. 😩 ... See MoreSee Less
I am sure we can all agree that we are done with this weather. We need some sun in our lives and what better place to get it than the High Temple at the Lamanai Archaeological Reserve? Our bat researchers collaborate on a variety of projects here. Pictured is our one and only Steve Samoray checking out his mist net site, credit for the photo goes to Price Sewell. I dont know about the rest of you but Im jealous. 😩

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Are they there now?

Lamanai is such a cool place, we loved visiting the site a couple of years ago!

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