Skip navigation



Browse Our Resources

Search for Resources

Missouri Department of Conservation (

Conserves and manages the state’s wildlife and aquatic resources.  Sources of information on threatened and endangered species include:


  • Natural Heritage Program ( – features information on state and federal threatened and endangered plants and wildlife, habitats of particular conservation concern, and stewardship actions designed to benefit these important natural resources. 

Includes a searchable database with county-level information on occurrences of threatened and endangered species and natural communities of concern. 

**A fee is charged to compile site-specific species lists and information. 


  • State Wildlife Action Plan ( – identifies fish and wildlife in greatest need of conservation, providing an overview of key species and habitats of conservation concern throughout the state.
< Back to Missouri Homepage