East Lansing Ecological Services Field Office

Midwest Region


East Lansing Field Office
2651 Coolidge Road
East Lansing, MI 48823
Phone: 517-351-2555
Fax: 517-351-1443
TTY: 1-800-877-8339

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e-mail: EastLansing@fws.gov

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Listing Actions taken for Michigan Species


Coaster brook trout.

The coaster brook trout is found in Lake Superior.

Photo by USFWS; John Christian


Candidate Species:

Candidates are species that have been sufficiently studied that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has decided that they should be proposed for threatened or endangered status, but listing has been precluded by higher priority actions.


Eastern massasauga rattlesnake


Poweshiek skipperling


Species Proposed for Listing:

Rayed bean mussel (Nov. 2, 2010): The rayed bean is a freshwater mussel that has been extirpated from Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia but is still found in Indiana, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ontario, Canada.


Snuffbox mussel (Nov. 2, 2010): The snuffbox is a small, triangular freshwater mussel that is found in Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.


Delisted Species:

The Bald Eagle was delisted August 9, 2007.


Midwest Bald Eagle website

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Species that we have been petitioned to list as threatened or endangered:

Coaster Brook Trout - The Service was petitioned to list the coaster brook trout and we issued a positive 90-day finding on March 20, 2008. We then conducted a thorough review and analysis of available information.  Based on that review we found that listing the coaster brook trout as endangered was not warranted and we published that finding on May 19, 2009.


Cerulean Warbler The Service was petitioned to list this species and on Dec. 6, 2006, we found that listing was not warranted. However, we are a member of the Cerulean Warbler Technical Group and our Migratory Birds program is actively working with partners in that group to conserve the Cerulean Warbler.





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Last updated: March 25, 2014
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