Blue Wing Environmental, LLC (BWE) is as an ecological consulting firm that provides professional services for wildlife and wetland permitting, planning, and mitigation services. BWE works with clients to address local, state, and federal environmental permitting, develop National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documentation, listed wildlife species surveys, habitat mapping and descriptions, and wetland delineations.
BWE provides Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Qualified Airport Wildlife Biologist (QAWB) services to conduct Wildlife Hazard Assessments, Wildlife Hazard Management Plans, Wildlife Hazard Site Visits, and training for commercial service and general aviation airports. BWE staff have provided wildlife hazard management training throughout the nation and internationally.
BWE is a woman-owned, small business that provides expertise and experience in project management, field surveys, environmental documentation, and planning. BWE is committed to providing clients exceptional customer service through working relationships and quality project delivery.
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Sr. Ecologist & President
Sarah is an environmental professional with over 20 years of experience and leadership in natural resources, environmental issues in aviation, environmental permitting, NEPA documentation, and wildlife hazard management. She currently serves on the Executive Committee of Bird Strike Committee USA (BSC USA), Airport Council International North America (ACI-NA) Co-chair of the Natural Resources Committee, and was previously the Florida Airports Council (FAC) Environmental Committee Chair. In addition, she is an FAA Qualified Airport Wildlife Biologist, State of Florida Authorized Gopher Tortoise Agent, and a certified firearms safety instructor.
Project experience includes local, state, and federal wildlife and wetland permitting, gopher tortoise relocation, natural resource plans/land stewardship plans, wildlife and wetland mitigation, wildlife hazard management for commercial service and general aviation airport, U.S Air Force Air National Guard (BASH) site visits and training, NEPA Environmental Assessments (EA) and Categorical Exclusions (CATEX) for multiple federal agencies, and public involvement projects. Sarah’s experience has spanned the U.S. (in all major regions, including project experience in over 20 states) and internationally in Canada and Mexico.