Condor Country Consulting


Condor Country Consulting Inc. staff has a thorough knowledge of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), Endangered Species Act (ESA), and other pertinent environmental laws and permitting regulations. We are an excellent choice for all aspects of biological and cultural resource compliance support, with extensive experience with California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and local government transportation projects. Our staff holds several permits to survey for, handle, and/or transport numerous special status wildlife species.




Since its inception in 2001, Condor Country Consulting has provided expert assistance for projects in California and the west. A few examples of products and services we’ve provided our clients:

  • Biological assessments and surveys
  • Habitat assessments
  • ESA Sections 7 and 10 consultation with USFWS
  • Wetland delineation
  • Impact mitigation planning
  • Archeological surveys
  • Native American consultation
  • Construction monitoring
  • Paleontological surveys

We’ve worked on a wide range of projects:

  • Transportation
  • Public Works
  • Utilities
  • Water
  • Facilities
  • Residential development
  • Commercial development

Our company, staffed by well-qualified biologists and archeologists, holds several special certifications, making it easy for government agencies to hire us quickly--see certifications box on right. We have decades of experience working with a full spectrum of clients:

  • Federal government
  • State government
  • Local government
  • Special government districts
  • Department of Defense
  • Private companies
  • Non-profit organizations





Wendy K. Dexter

July 22, 1967 ~ Jan 27, 2015

Loving Wife, Mother, Daughter, Friend

Wendy launched Condor Country Consulting in 2001. She was the President and Principal Biologist of the company for 14 years. Working alongside her husband Sean (CCCI's CFO) allowed Wendy to fulfill her passion for biology while affording her the opportunity to pursue other interests, such as volunteering as an Avian Advisor in Belize, attending and giving back to her church, spending time educating children on science, traveling with her family, and dedicating time and energy to the PTA, especially to raise money for her daughter Aspen's school.

Wendy's approach to life was to make every day matter. She spent it with loved ones and enjoyed life to its fullest. Wendy was brave and strong, ethical and thoughtful, sunshine and flowers, light but very deep. She approached her responsibilities with enthusiasm and dedication. She was a bright shining star and she will be missed dearly by all who loved her.

If Wendy were to speak to us today, she would remind us to be patient with each other, to be positive and say something kind to one another, to laugh and to love and to live life on your own terms.

Read Wendy's complete obituary here.

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