Request a Species List
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service provides species lists for actions authorized, funded or carried out by federal agencies. The species list fulfills our requirement, under section 7(c) of the Endangered Species Act, to provide a list of threatened and endangered species upon request for federal actions and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance.
Information, Planning, and Conservation (IPaC)
IPaC is a new conservation planning tool for streamlining the environmental review process. The system provides you - our partners - with the ability to explore the landscape and helps you to site your projects in a way that minimizes conflicts with natural resources.
With IPaC's landscape explorer tool, you can view designated critical habitat, wetlands, GAP land cover, and other nature resource map layers.
Visit the IPaC FAQ to learn more.
Instructions for Obtaining Lists Through IPaC
1. Go to the IPaC website
2. Press "Get Started" and follow the steps to identify your project location and get a list of protected resources.
More Species List Information
For information on listed, candidate, and proposed species under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Oregon, click here.
For information on listed marine and anadromous species in Oregon, visit the NOAA Fisheries.
Just need a basic, printable, statewide list of Oregon's federally protected species? Click here.
For guidance on preparation of a Biological Assessment for consultation under section 7 of the Endangered Species Act, click here.
A Guide to Freshwater Fishes of Oregon by Douglas F. Markle is now available. It is the first authoritative guide to native and non-native freshwater fishes found in Oregon. This book combines the rigorous science of Oregon State University's Dr. Markle with beautiful illustrations by renowned artist Joseph R. Tomelleri.