Virginia Ecological Services
Northeast Region

Species Fact Sheets (All Files are PDF)

Species Fact Sheets
  Blackside Dace   Eastern Prairie Fringed Orchid
  Delmarva Peninsula Fox Squirrel   Michaux's Sumac
  Duskytail Darter   Northeastern Bulrush
  Dwarf Wedgemussel   Peter's Mountain Mallow
  Gray Bat   Sensitive Joint-vetch
  Indiana Bat   Shale Barren Rock Cress
  James Spinymussel   Small-Anthered Bittercress
  Lee County Cave Isopod   Small Whorled Pogonia
  Loggerhead Sea Turtle   Smooth Coneflower
  Madison Cave Isopod   Swamp Pink
  Piping Plover   Virginia Round-leaf Birch
  Red-cockaded Woodpecker   Virginia Sneezeweed
  Roanoke Logperch   Virginia Spiraea
  Shenandoah Salamander    
  Slender Chub    
  Spotfin Chub    
  Northeastern Beach Tiger Beetle    
  Tennessee Basin Freshwater Mussels    
  Virginia Big-eared Bat    
  Virginia Fringed Mountain Snail    
  Yellowfin Madtom  

Project Reviews
Step 1 - Action Area

Step 2 - Official Species List
Step 3 - State Coordination
Step 4 - Suitable Habitat
Step 5 - Critical Habitat
Step 6a - Eagle Nests
Step 6b - Eagle Concentration Areas
Step 7 - Determinations

Step 8 - Project Review Package

Endangered Species

- Species in Virginia
- Species by County/City
- Species Fact Sheets

Critical Habitat
- What is it ?
- Critical Habitat Mapper

Permits & HCPs
- Endangered Species Permits
- Warren Co. Power Station Low Effect HCP

General Info
- Plants and the ESA
- Bald Eagle Information
- Mussel Guidelines
- Northern Long-eared Bat Interim Conference and Planning Guidance (PDF - 1.2MB)

Communication Towers
- Service Guidance on the Siting, Construction, Operation and Decommissioning of Communication Towers

Surveys/Habitat Assessments
- Approved Surveyors (for federally listed species & karst geology in Virginia)
- How to be a Surveyor
- Optimal Survey Times: PLANTS
- How long is an ANIMAL survey valid?
- How long is a PLANT survey valid?
- 2014 Indiana Bat Summer Survey Guidance

Last updated: January 27, 2014
All images by FWS unless otherwise noted.