Arkansas’ Federally Endangered, Threatened, and Candidate Species

  • Gray Bat
  • Indiana Bat
  • Ozark Big-eared Bat
  • Northern Long-eared Bat
  • Whooping Crane
  • Interior Least Tern
  • Piping Plover
  • Sprague's Pipit
  • Red cockaded Woodpecker
  • Ivory-billed Woodpecker
  • Ozark Cavefish
  • Leopard Darter
  • Arkansas River Shiner
  • Pallid Sturgeon
  • Yellowcheek Darter
  • Arkansas Darter
Freshwater Mussels
  • Turgid Blossum
  • Louisiana Pearlshell
  • Arkansas Fatmucket
  • Winged Mapleleaf
  • Pink Mucket
  • Scaleshell
  • Curtis Pearlymussel
  • Fat Pocketbook
  • Ouachita Rock Pocketbook
  • Speckled Pocketbook
  • Fanshell
  • Neosho Mucket
  • Spectaclecase
  • Rabbitsfoot
  • Snuffbox
  • American Alligator
  • Ozark Hellbender
  • Benton Cave Crayfish
  • Hell Creek Crayfish
  • American Burying Beetle
  • Rattlesnake Master Borer Moth
  • Missouri Bladderpod
  • Running Buffalo Clover
  • Harperella
  • Pondberry
  • Geocarpon minimum

9th Annual Arkansas Endangered Species Day Art Contest


The 9th Annual Endangered Species Art was a success!  We want to thank all of the students that participated in the contest.  We had over 500 entries from 42 schools and 3 home schools.  Over 37 threatened, endangered, and candidate Arkansas species were represented this year.

Our panel of judges included a wealth of knowledge and experience. Judges included Matthew Warriner from the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission; Leslie Patrick, Outreach Specialist, Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission; and Melissa Lombardi, biologist for the USFWS Arkansas Ecological Services Field Office.

Please click on the links below to see the winning entries.

Kindergarden - 2nd Grade

3rd - 6th Grade

7th - 9th Grade

10th - 12th Grade

Overall Winner - Esteban Saavedra- Clinton High School

Arkansas Field Office
110 S. Amity Road
Suite 300
Conway, AR 72032

501/513 4470 (v)
501/513 4480 (f)

FWS Southeast Region