Data management refers to the collection, storage, retrieval, and analysis of information throughout an organization’s entire lifecycle. Data management practices and procedures empower leaders to make timely, informed decisions to further conservation.
A 2013 Executive Order made open and machine readable the new default for government information. Machine readable data formats makes it easier for data management systems across government to communicate and share data more effectively.
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 Results from a query of the At-Risk Species Finder for species who's petition has been withdrawn.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 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.
An map of projects entered into TRACS from the website.