CES conducted wetland delineation and listed species surveys on 41,000 acres proposed for site of a new city. Wetland delineation included the collection of data to support jurisdictional determination applications for St. Johns River Water Management District and US Army Corps of Engineers. We flagged jurisdictional wetlands, classified communities in accordance with the Florida Land Use Forms and Cover Classification System, recorded soil and hydrologic properties, and established seasonal high water elevations. Reviewed available GIS data to determine potential habitat and conducted on-site surveys to document the presence and locations of the gopher tortoise, Florida Sandhill crane, Florida scrub jay, Southeastern American kestrel, red-cockaded woodpecker, American bald eagle, and various wading birds and to determine their occupied habitat. Methods included the use of callback tapes, global positioning units, and aerial surveys using fixed-wing aircraft. Species-specific reports and habitat maps were generated for initial site development plans.