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Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/index.html)
Conserves and manages the state’s natural resources, including wildlife and aquatic resources. Sources of information on threatened and endangered species include:
Includes a searchable database that can provide information on threatened and endangered species at the county or watershed level. Additionally, three of the databases (Native Plant Communities, Sites of Biodiversity Significance, and Railroad Rights-of-Way Prairies) are available as GIS shapefiles and can be downloaded at no cost from the DNR Data Deli ( http://deli.dnr.state.mn.us/).
**A fee is charged to compile site-specific species lists and information.