CT_Nebraska

Threatened and Endangered Species

Nebraska

Nebraska

Nebraska, with a population of almost 1.8 million people, boasts a diverse ecological mix of urban and suburban settings in forested and grassland environment. Accordingly, WS biologists work to reduce public health and safety risks and property damage associated with wildlife conflicts. WS reduces damage to livestock by predators through the Integrated Wildlife Damage Management Approach, assists industries with various wildlife conflicts, and manages problems caused by overabundant urban wildlife such as raccoons and skunks.

Species Group
Species Protected
Fed Status
State Status
Total Amount Expended
Bird PLOVER, PIPING
F/E
Bird TERN, LEAST
F/E
Insect BEETLE, AMERICAN BURYING
F/E
Bird EAGLE, BALD
S/E
Bird CRANE, WHOOPING
F/E
Mammal FOX, SWIFT
S/E
Total Species

F/E - Federal Endangered
S/E - State Endangered

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