ESA Intrastate Species

Proposals have been put forward to remove U.S. Endangered Species Act (ESA) protections from species found in only one state (intrastate species). Most ESA-listed species have limited ranges, which means most occur in a single state. Explore how many …

ESAdocs Search

Thousands of pages of ESA-related documents are created every year, each containing important and helpful information for conserving species. We've collected over 500,000 pages of these documents and made them fully searchable in this publicly …

Grizzly Bear Electric Fence Incentive Projects

Defenders of Wildlife maintains the Electric Fence Incentive Program in the Rockies and Plains region (read more [here]( Through this program, 43 fence projects were …

In the Shadow of the Wall: Wildlife on the Line in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands

Provided is Defenders' comprehensive report on border wall impacts to wildlife, which was produced in support by CCI.

Jaguar Recovery on the U.S. Border

The jaguar is an important keystone predator whose range extends from South America through the Southwestern U.S. This web map allows easy viewing of key pieces of jaguar recovery data, from occurrence records to suitable habitat models.

Lesser Prairie Chicken Recovery in the Great Plains

The Lesser Prairie-Chicken is an imperiled species that was formerly listed as a threatened species, but was delisted in a court decision. This web map shows the species' range in the southern High Plains.

Panther Recovery in South Florida

A web map app to...

Protecting Habitat on Federal Lands

Over 1/4 of lands in the U.S. are federally owned and are essential to protecting wildlife. This simple web map shows many of the major land management units in the country.

Recovery Units

A map showing recovery units designated for threatened and endangered species, which allow more focused recovery efforts.

Smart from the Start: Renewable Energy in the West

Helping ensure that renewable energy projects are built close to existing transmission, on already degraded lands, and away from important habitat areas.