The Eastern Indigo Qualified Snake Observer course complies with the US Army Corps of Engineers most recent regulations. You will learn the Environmental requirements for being a Qualified Observer of the Eastern Indigo snake. Because of habitat loss, the eastern indigo snake is listed as a federally threatened species in Georgia and Florida. The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has listed the species as possibly extirpated within the state.
Eastern Indigo Snake Course Modules
- Information and Background
- Feeding and Breeding
- Where to find Eastern Indigo Snakes
- Protecting the Eastern Indigo Snake
- Project Site Posters and Brochures
- Pre Construction, During Construction and Post Construction requirements
Who is this environmental course for?
This course is especially helpful for Site Safety and Health Officers (SSHO), Quality Control Managers, and Superintendents who want to diversify their job title. It is a “must have course” for those who need a certificate verifying they’ve been trained as an Eastern Indigo Snake Observer. This includes military personnel, government employees, or contractors working on Government Project sites in Florida, Georgia.