CT_Texas

Threatened and Endangered Species

Texas

Texas

Texas is a diverse mix of urban and suburban areas, agricultural lands, forest and desert environments, and is home to over 22 million people. Texas has more farms and farm acreage than any other State, but at the same time, it has 24 cities with populations of 100,000 or more people. In addition, the State has a diverse range of wildlife species. This combination of wildlife, humans, and their associated conflicts makes the Texas WS program the largest wildlife damage management program in the United States.

Species Group
Species Protected
Fed Status
State Status
Total Amount Expended
Bird PRAIRIE-CHICKEN, ATTWATER'S GREATER
F/E
S/E
Bird PELICAN, BROWN
F/E
S/E
Bird WARBLER, GOLDEN-CHEEKED
F/E
S/E
Mammal OCELOT
F/T
S/E
Reptile SEA TURTLE, KEMP'S RIDLEY
F/E
S/E
Total Species

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

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