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Species of Utah

Map of Utah's Counties San Juan County Species List Grand County Species List Uintah County Species List Daggett County Species List Summit County Species List Duchesne County Species List Carbon County Species List Emery County Species List Wayne County Species List Garfield County Species List Kane County Species List Washington County Species List Iron County Species List Beaver County Species List Piute County Species List Sevier County Species List Millard County Species List Sanpete County Species List Juab County Species List Utah County Species List Wasatch County Species List Salt Lake County Species List Tooele County Species List Davis County Species List Morgan County Species List Weber County Species List Box Elder County Species List Cache County Species List Rich County Species List

Species of Utah

We maintain lists of federally listed species in our state in a number of different formats.

  • To find out which species are listed in each county, you can interactively click on the map to the right.
  • To find out if any threatened or endangered species, designated critical habitat, or other natural resources of concern may be affected by your proposed project, please visit our Information, Planning, and Conservation (IPaC) System website.

 

To learn more about the species enter our Environmental Conservation Online System.

Endangered Species of Utah

Hover over to see lists

Critical Habitat

To access our critical habitat data, including downloadable shape files and metadata, please visit our Critical Habitat Portal by clicking here.

Secton 7 Guidance

Section 7 Consultation Handbook
Guidance for Preparing a Biological Assessment
Section 7 Information on the FWS National Site

Consultation documents should be submitted via hard copy and electronic copy.  Electronic copies can be submitted to utahfieldoffice_esa@fws.gov
More information on Recovery Permits can be found here

 

The mission of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working with Others to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wildlife, plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American People.
Last modified: July 08, 2019
All Images Credit to and Courtesy of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Unless Specified Otherwise.
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