Biological Monitoring and Adaptive Management
Adaptive Management is a system for evaluating and improving habitat management practices. Biological monitoring and analysis are used to compare habitat performance against objective standards, creating a feedback loop. As more information becomes available, the land steward adjusts management techniques.Wildlands' commitment to adaptive management shows in the background of the company's land management personnel, many of whom have a background in biology, natural resources or ecology. If a situation that needs attention develops, it will be recognized by the personnel who regularly tend the land - rather than waiting for some seasonal or annual survey. The feedback loop becomes seamless and instantaneous, providing high-quality stewardship of the habitat.