Tag: South Mountain Gray-Cheeked Salamander
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Additional information on six petitioned species including three salamanders, one lizard, and two insects found in the Southeast
March 15, 2015 | 5 minute read
Any plant or animal that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has been petitioned to list and protect under the Endangered Species Act is considered “at-risk.” Recognizing that conservation is only successful through partnerships, the Service leveraged the work of state wildlife agencies and a variety of other conservation partners to assess whether these species at-risk require protection under the Act. Since receipt of the 2010 petitions, 60 southeastern species have not required federal protection as a result of either conservation actions, additional information (e. Learn more...