In the viewer window, you will only see data which you enter, unless you are a TPWD biologist with registered permissions.
Registered TPWD biologists can see all leks and sightings data for planning purposes. Generalized data will be displayed for
all users by county. All users will be able to see county-level information where data is available. A blank county means
there is no TPWD record of the species from that county in the subset. This means there may be more records of the species
which are not displayed in this map, but the data has not been made available for this application. Shading throughout a county
does not reflect the actual distribution of a species within a particular county, but merely presence/absence. If the species
has been found anywhere in the county, the entire county will be shaded. If you require more specific data for planning or
assessment purposes, contact Texas Parks and Wildlife Department - Texas Natural Diversity Database (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Planning data is also available through the Western Governors Association Lesser Prairie Chicken Decision Support Tool.