Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care Center is a non-profit organization that rehabilitates injured and orphaned wild animals.
Moorhen Marsh is a 20-acre wetland complex constructed in 1974. Since then maintenance has been conducted
Construction of a trail connecting two regional parks: Shadow Cliffs and Del Valle Reservoir. The trail
1.5 miles of the Upper Truckee River, the largest tributary to Lake Tahoe needed restoration in
Wildscape Engineering specializes in engineering and environmental services focused on solutions to preserve, protect, and promote ecological health and environmental benefits. We offer a whole system approach to hydrologic analyses, ecological restoration planning, engineering design, construction and post-project monitoring. Wildscape excels in identifying sound, innovative yet practical engineering solutions that best serve the needs of our clients.
Our team of engineers and hydrologists are experienced in the planning, design and construction of stream and wetland restoration, storm water management and water quality improvement, transportation and recreation projects. We have wide-ranging expertise from watershed scale conceptual planning to construction implementation within challenging environments such as an active river channel or steep ravine. Wildscape has QSD/QSP certified staff experienced in SWPPP and WPCP development, construction site monitoring and inspection. Our Principal, Carol Beahan PE, QSD has managed multi-disciplinary teams to assess and design for drainage, recreation, water quality, fish passage and wildlife improvements.