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Last Updated: 7/16/2014

Threatened and Endangered Species of NM

 

State Listed Species

Current list of wildlife species designated as Threatened and Endangered
under the New Mexico Wildlife Conservation Act:
Bison-M

 

Swift fox

Recovery Plan Public Participation Policy

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Recovery Plans

 

Species Plans & Projects

Amphibians and Reptiles

Birds

Fish

Invertebrates

Mammals

 

Includes:

Zuni Bluehead Sucker Recovery Plan

Chaves County Recovery Plan for Four Invertebrate Species

Gray-banded Kingsnake Recovery & Conservation Plan, 2002

Colorado River Chubs

Boreal Toad

Gray Vireo

Texas Hornshell Mussel

Narrow Headed Garter Snake

Draft Riparian Rodent Recovery Plan

 

Biennial Review

 
FINAL RECOMMENDATION 2014 Biennial Review: For Review and Comment
Final Recommendation for the Biennial Review
14 day comment period from July 7 to July 21, 2014
 
Final 2012 Biennial Review: Executive Summary and Full Text
Final 2010 Biennial Review: Executive Summary and Full Text
Final 2008 Biennial Review: Executive Summary and Full Text
Final 2006 Biennial Review: Executive Summary | Full Text
Final 2004 Biennial Review: Executive Summary | Full Text

 

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