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Species of Greatest Conservation Need: American marten, Kirtland's Warbler, slender glass lizard, Karner blue butterfly.
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For more information on the Wisconsin Wildlife Action Plan, contact:
Shari Koslowsky
WWAP coordinator
608-261-4382

Species of Greatest Conservation Need
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From the Wildlife Action Plan

Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) have low and/or declining populations and are in need of conservation action. Included are species already listed as endangered or threatened and those on the Wisconsin Natural Heritage working list. The table below provides links to SGCN information and photos along with data from the Wildlife Action Plan, when available.

Note: The information presented here comes from the 2005 Wisconsin Wildlife Action Plan. The 2015 revision has been submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for approval. Our website content will be updated when the plan has been approved.

Birds || Fish || Herptiles || Mammals || Invertebrates

Mammal Species of Greatest Conservation Need
Common Name Scientific Name
American MartenMartes americana
Big Brown BatEptesicus fuscus
Eastern PipistrellePerimyotis subflavus
Franklin's Ground SquirrelPoliocitellus franklinii
Little Brown BatMyotis lucifugus
Northern Flying SquirrelGlaucomys sabrinus
Northern Long-eared BatMyotis septentrionalis
Prairie Deer MousePeromyscus maniculatus bairdii
Prairie VoleMicrotus ochrogaster
Silver-haired BatLasionycteris noctivagans
Water ShrewSorex palustris
Woodland Jumping MouseNapaeozapus insignis
Woodland VoleMicrotus pinetorum

Wisconsin's Wildlife Action Plan COA maps and reports funded in part by The Conservation Fund [exit DNR] in partnership with The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation [exit DNR]

Last revised: Monday, July 27, 2015