Welcome to the Rare, Threatened,
and Endangered Species of Texas by County

Horned Toad

Access link for The Rare, Threatened, and Endangered Species of Texas by County

This database contains county level information for species of special concern in the State of Texas. Brief information about the habitat of a species and its regulatory listing status is also included. The database is structured to allow the user to query a county and obtain a list of rare species for that particular county. The user may also select for a rare species and obtain a map showing which county lists include that species. This database replaces the TPWD county lists formerly available by request through the Wildlife Division. These lists and maps were developed as an aid to assist land managers, resource personnel and individuals in the conservation of rare species.

If you have questions regarding the database content, please contact us via email at TES@tpwd.texas.gov.

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