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Washington Department of Natural Resources – 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 downloadable county-level lists of threatened and endangered plant species, as well as the Township-Range-Section list ( to identify biologically sensitive areas. 

**In most cases, landowners can be provided with site-specific information free of charge.


Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (

Conserves and manages the state’s wildlife and aquatic resources.  Offers site-specific data on wildlife along with the State Wildlife Action Plan (, which provides an overview of key species and habitats of conservation concern throughout the state.


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