Threatened, Endangered, Proposed and Candidate Species
Species listed by the USFWS as threatened or endangered, or they are proposed or candidates for listing under the ESA.
Rangewide /Globally Imperiled Species (High Endangerment)
Species with a high likelihood of being listed in the foreseeable future due to their global rarity and significant endangerment factors.
Rangewide /Globally Imperiled Species (Moderate Endangerment)
Species that are globally rare with moderate endangerment factors. Their global rarity and inherent risks associated with rarity make them imperiled species.
Species of Concern
Species that are generally rare in Idaho with small populations or localized distribution and currently have low threat levels. However, due to the small populations and habitat area, certain future land uses in close proximity could significantly jeopardize these species.
These species are not considered BLM sensitive and associated sensitive species policy guidance does not apply. They include species that may be added to the sensitive species list depending on new information concerning threats and species biology or statewide trends.
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