skip to content

Conservation-tools

A brownish-yellow salamander sanding on a mossy rock with large round eyes.

At-Risk Species Finder

The At-Risk Species Finder (Finder) is an online tool that allows U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) biologists and private citizens to track the Service’s progress on at-risk species conservation. The Finder allows users to create custom database queries based on a number of attributes including state range, current status, taxonomic group, lead Service office, and lead geographic region. Learn more about the Service’s approach to conserving at-risk species. Results from a query of the At-Risk Species Finder for species who’s petition has been withdrawn. Learn more...

The Pigeon Mountain salamander is no longer at-risk of needing federal protection. Photo by John P. Clare, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.

A screen shot of an interactive map showing areas of high priority across the south Atlantic coast.

Conservation Planning Atlas (CPA)

A Conservation Planning Atlas (CPA) is a science-based mapping platform where conservation managers and LCC members can go to view, retrieve, and perform analyses on spatial information with specific conservation goals in mind. Learn more...

A screen capture of the South Atlantic LCC Conservation Planning Atlas Blueprint Simple viewer.

A map of the USA showing infrastructure projects.

Federal Infrastructure Permitting Dashboard

The permitting dashboard is an online tool for federal agencies, project developers and interested members of the public to track the Federal government’s permitting and review process for large or complex infrastructure projects. Learn more...

The interactive map of the FIPD shows infrastructure projects from across the country.

Contact Us:

Looking for a media contact? Reach out to a regional spokesperson.

Share This Page

Tweet this page on Twitter or follow @USFWSsoutheast

Share this page on Facebook or follow USFWSsoutheast.

LinkedIn

Share this page on LinkedIn