CT_Hawaii

Threatened and Endangered Species

Hawaii

Hawaii

Hawaii has the greatest number of endangered species in the Nation. WS protects these species, including endangered waterbirds at State sanctuaries and wetland sites on military installations, from introduced predators such as the small Indian mongoose. When feral goats, sheep, pigs, and deer impact threatened and endangered plants, and public hunting is not feasible, WS works closely with State, Federal, and private organizations to removal animals that are causing damage and negatively impacting native species.

Species Group
Species Protected
Fed Status
State Status
Total Amount Expended
Bird COOT, HAWAIIAN
F/E
Bird DUCK, HAWAIIAN
F/E
Bird GOOSE, HAWAIIAN
F/E
Bird MOORHEN, HAWAIIAN COMMON
F/E
Bird STILT, HAWAIIAN
F/E
Bird HAWK, HAWAIIAN
F/E
Plant SESBANIA TOMENTOSA
F/E
Plant CHAMAESYCE CLEASTROOIDES KAENANA
F/E
Plant ABUTILON MENZIESII
F/E
Plant ACHYRANTHES SPLENDENS ROTUNDA
F/E
Plant CENTAURIUM SEBAEOIDES
F/E
Plant PANICUM FAURIEI CARTERI
F/E
Plant SCAEVOLA CORIACEA
F/E
Plant CYPERUS TRACHYSANTHOS
F/E
Plant HIBISCUS BRACKENRIDGEI MOKULEIANUS
F/E
Plant NOTOTRICIUM HUMILE
F/E
Plant SCHIEDEA KEALIAE
F/E
Total Species

17

F/E - Federal Endangered

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