Joint Oregon/Washington Rare Animal Ranking Meeting

Fellow iNaturalists, your input on rare animal ranks and distributions for OR and WA is welcome - please see details below on how to participate in the 2018 list review.

The Washington Natural Heritage Program and Oregon Biodiversity Information Center maintain lists of rare, threatened and endangered species in their respective states. Species on the lists are ranked, and the lists are used by state and federal agencies to identify sensitive and special status species.

A joint meeting to discuss rare vertebrate species from Oregon and Washington, the ranking process, and the resultant ranks will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 14th in Portland, OR in conjunction with the Oregon and Washington Chapters of The Wildlife Society, Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology, and Northwest Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Joint Meeting. The meeting will start at 8:00 am ...more ↓

Posted on December 20, 2017 07:38 PM by wisel wisel | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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The Oregon Biodiversity Information Center collects, manages, and shares information on all of Oregon's rare species including plants, animals, marine algae, and fungi. One of our key roles is to collect and maintain rare species locations. We use this information to assess species' statuses, create distribution maps and models, and to assist agencies, researchers, and private organizations in ...more ↓

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