Plant or animal species which are susceptible to habitat changes or impacts from activities.
The following species are particularly vulnerable to collection or distrubance. Locations of these species or natural communities are generalized in order to minimmize impacts to them.
a term used for species of special concern by some States.
Species that are under status review, have small or declining populations, or live in unique habitats. May also be any species needing special management practices. Sensitive species include threatened and endangered species as classified by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Those species of plants or animals that have been recognized and listed by the Regional Forester as “sensitive” meaning that they may need special management to prevent their being placed on Federal or state lists.
(3) all species that are under status review, have small or declining populations, live in unique habitats, or need special management. Sensitive species include threatened, endangered, and proposed species as classified by the Fish and Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service.
A species identified by a regional forester for which population viability is a concern. This concern is evidenced by significant current and predicted downward trends in population numbers, density, or habitat capability that would reduce a species' existing distribution.
any species of plant or animal experiencing general or localized population decline.
Those plant and animal species for which population viability is a concern (USFS).
those species of plants or animals that have appeared in the Federal Register as proposed for classification and are under consideration for official listing as endangered or threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. This also includes species that are on an official state list or are recognized by the Land Manager as needing special management to prevent their being placed on federal or state lists.