Are You Curious About Cost?

Use the form and questions below and send us a request for an estimate

Jasper searches a sand dune in California

There are many considerations that go into our proposal preparation. Terrain, vegetation and weather are important aspects to consider when planning for a successful survey. It's important to identify these key factors in order for us to provide you the most accurate quote. 

 

Use the response box below to answer the questions describing the area you surveyed. We look forward to hearing from you!

Describe Your

Project

 Answer these Questions:

  1. Where is the area to be searched located? 

  2. What size is your search area in acres?

  3. Do you have maps of the search area? 

  4. When do you need the area searched?       

  5. Describe the terrain in the search area: Is it flat, hilly, rocky, prairie, etc.?

  6. Describe the vegetation. 

    • Is there dense forest, scattered trees, thorny bushes, grass, scrub brush, forest, etc.?

    • Are there pokey weeds like goat heads, fox tails, thistle, blackberries? 

    • Is there poison ivy or poison oak?

  7. Are there domestic animals or livestock present? 

  8. Is the area open to the public? If so, please describe. 

  9. Is it near high traffic areas? (busy roads, freeway, trails etc.)

  10. Will there be ground truthing (digging to verify dog alerts)?

© 2019 Institute for Canine Forensics - Established 1997