Wyoming Ecological Services
Mountain-Prairie Region

Federally Listed, Proposed & Candidate Species | Species of Concern | Migratory Birds | All Species By County

 

 

Federally Listed, Proposed and Candidate Species

 

Platte River Species

Least Tern - Interior Population (Sterna antillarum) Status: Endangered
Pallid Sturgeon (Scaphirhynchus albus) Status: Endangered
Piping Plover (Charadrius melodus) Status: Endangered
Western PrairieFringed Orchid (Platanthera praeclara) Status: Threatened
Whooping Crane (Grus americana) Stauts: Endangered

 

 

Platte River Species Section 7 Range

Section 7 Range Symbol

Wyoming Section 7 Range
Platte River Species

Potential Distribution in Wyoming

For Species Lists, please use the IPaC System

Section 7 Range

Under Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act of 1973, Federal agencies, or project proponents whose actions have a Federal nexus (e.g., Federal funding, permit, or lease), must consult with the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service if their actions “may affect” listed species (endangered, threatened, proposed, candidate) or their habitat.  Section 7 species ranges identify those areas on the landscape where agencies or proponents should consider potential effects, both direct and indirect, to the species and their habitat.  These Section 7 species ranges typically encompass larger areas than specific locations where listed species are known to occur.  Project proponents are encouraged to refer to the Service’s Information, Planning, and Conservation System (IPAC) website at http://ecos.fws.gov/ipac/ or to contact the FWS Wyoming Ecological Services Office for additional information http://www.fws.gov/wyominges/ :307-772-2374.  (Section 7 Range boundaries based on the best available data at time of development.  Section 7 Ranges will be updated as new information becomes available.)

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Species Information

If the proposed action may lead to consumptive use of water or have the potential to affect water quality in the Platte River System, there may be impacts to threatened and endangered species inhabiting the downstream reaches of this river system.  For more information on how to seek coverage under the ESA for water-related activities through the Platte River Recovery Implementation Program, please visit our web site at http://www.fws.gov/platteriver.

 

Platte River Species Critical Habitat

Counties where effects to Platte River Speceies should be considered.

Albany County | Carbon County | Converse County | Fremont County | Goshen County | Laramie County | Natrona County | Niobrara County | Platte County | Sublette County

Last updated: March 21, 2014