Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility


BioServices is the biological and environmental sciences consulting department within the San Diego Natural History Museum, which provides public and private entities access to a unique combination of regional experts, resources, and services, available by contract.

Specializing in the areas of southern California and Baja California, our scientists have decades of experience planning and implementing a broad range of biological investigations, including:

  • Rare and endangered species surveys and monitoring
  • Applied ecological research
  • Biodiversity assessments
  • Restoration monitoring
  • Comprehensive surveys that integrate ecological, botanical, entomological, herpetological, mammalogical, and ornithological disciplines

Our scientists are uniquely qualified to develop strategic solutions to a wide variety of conservation challenges and are ready to respond to your project’s needs. In addition, when you contract with BioServices, you are contributing to the knowledge base from which regional planning and conservation efforts are built.

Contact us now, or take a deeper look at our services, projects, partners, and staff to learn how we can serve you.


We provide a unique combination of regional experts, resources, and services available by contract to public and private entities. More.


Learn how our expertise translates into real-world results by taking a look at some of our recent projects. More.

Project Partners

Our scientists maintain and value relationships with public and private entities on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border. More.

About Us

The BioServices team is composed of biologists and ecologists with extensive backgrounds in research and environmental consulting. More.