FEDERALLY ENDANGERED ANIMALS OF FLORIDA Amphibians Reticulated Flatwoods Salamander Birds Bachman's Wood Warbler Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow Eskimo Curlew Everglade Snail Kite Florida Grasshopper Sparrow Ivory-billed Woodpecker Kirtland’s Wood Warbler Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Whooping Crane Wood Stork Fish Okaloosa Darter Shortnose Sturgeon Smalltooth Sawfish Insects American Burying Beetle Schaus’ Swallowtail Butterfly Mammals Anastasia Island Beach Mouse Caribbean Monk Seal Choctawhatchee Beach Mouse Finback Whale Florida Panther Florida Salt Marsh Vole Gray Bat Gray Wolf Humpback Whale Indiana Bat Key Deer Key Largo Cotton Mouse Key Largo Woodrat Lower Keys Rabbit North Atlantic Right Whale Perdido Key Beach Mouse Red Wolf Rice Rat (Lower Keys population only) Sei Whale Sperm Whale St. Andrew Beach Mouse West Indian Manatee Molluscs Chipola Slabshell (mussel) Fat Threeridge (mussel) Florida Treesnail Gulf Moccasinshell (mussel) Ochlockonee Moccasinshell (mussel) Oval Pigtoe (mussel) Purple Bankclimber (mussel) Shiny-rayed Pocketbook (mussel) Reptiles Green Sea Turtle Hawksbill Sea Turtle Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtle Leatherback Sea Turtle FEDERALLY THREATENED ANIMALS OF FLORIDA Amphibians Frosted Flatwoods Salamander Birds Audubon's Crested Caracara Florida Scrub Jay Piping Plover Roseate Tern Fish Gulf Sturgeon Mammals Southeastern Beach Mouse Corals Elkhorn Coral Staghorn Coral Crustaceans Squirrel Chimney Cave Shrimp Molluscs Chipola Slabshell (mussel) Purple Bankclimber (mussel) Stock Island Tree Snail Reptiles American Alligator American Crocodile Atlantic Salt Marsh Snake Bluetail Mole Skink Eastern Indigo Snake Loggerhead Sea Turtle Sand Skink STATE THREATENED ANIMALS OF FLORIDA Amphibians Florida Bog Frog Georgia Blind Salamander Gopher Frog Pine Barrens Treefrog Birds Florida Sandhill Crane Least Tern Snowy Plover Southeastern American Kestrel White-crowned Pigeon Corals Pillar Coral Fish Blackmouth Shiner Crystal Darter Key Silverside Insects Miami Blue Butterfly Mammals Big Cypress Fox Squirrel Everglades Mink Florida Black Bear (Other than those found in Baker and Columbia Counties or in Apalachicola National Forest) Florida Mastiff Bat Reptiles Alligator Snapping Turtle American Alligator Barbour's Map Turtle Gopher Tortoise Suwannee Cooter ANIMALS/SPECIES OF SPECIAL CONCERN IN FLORIDA Amphibians Florida Bog Frog Georgia Blind Salamander Gopher Frog Pine Barrens Treefrog Birds American Oystercatcher Black Skimmer Brown Pelican Burrowing Owl Limpkin Little Blue Heron Marion’s Marsh Wren Osprey (Monroe County population) Reddish Egret Roseate Spoonbill Scott’s Seaside Sparrow Snowy Egret Tricolored Heron Wakulla Seaside Sparrow White Ibis Worthington’s Marsh Wren Crustaceans Black Creek Crayfish (Spotted royal crayfish) Panama City Crayfish Santa Fe Cave Crayfish Fish Atlantic Sturgeon Bluenose Shiner Harlequin Darter Lake Eustis Pupfish Rivulus Saltmarsh Topminnow Southern Tessellated Darter Mammals Eastern Chipmunk Florida Mouse Homosassa Shrew Sanibel Island Rice Rat Sherman's Fox Squirrel Sherman’s Short-tailed Shrew Mollusks Florida Treesnail Reptiles Alligator Snapping Turtle Barbour's Map Turtle Florida Keys Mole Skink Florida Pine Snake Red Rat Snake (Lower Keys population only) Suwannee Cooter Florida Conservation Links: The federal agencies that share the authority to list species as endangered and threatened are the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration-National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA-NMFS) and the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). The NOAA-NMFS is responsible for listing most marine species. The federal list of animals and plants is administered by the USFWS, and this list is published in 50 CFR 17 (animals) and 50 CFR 23 (plants). Additional information regarding federal listings can be located at the following websites: Photos posted from Images By Deidre Wildlife Photography - Click here to see more FL wildlife photos.
Next Meeting: Thurs, Nov 9th at 7:00pm at the Olga Community Center/Park