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Threatened and Endangered Animals of Nebraska

Nebraska Animals Protected by the Endangered Species Act

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The following list is an adaptation of data published at the The US Fish & Wildlife Service's Endangered Species Program Website. For the most current data, please refer to US Fish & Wildlife Service database (TESS).

Threatened and Endangered Animals of Nebraska

Beetle, American burying (Nicrophorus americanus)
Crane, whooping (Grus americana)
Curlew, Eskimo (Numenius borealis)
Eagle, bald (Haliaeetus leucocephalus)
Higgins eye (pearlymussel) (Lampsilis higginsii)
Mapleleaf, winged (Quadrula fragosa)
Plover, piping (Charadrius melodus)
Shiner, Topeka (Notropis topeka (=tristis))
Sturgeon, pallid (Scaphirhynchus albus)
Tern, least (Sterna antillarum)
Tiger beetle, Salt Creek (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana)
Vireo, black-capped (Vireo atricapilla)
Wolf, gray (Canis lupus)

Refs:

US Fish & Wildlife Service, 2005. 'Threatened and Endangered Species (Nebraska)' (On-line), The Endangered Species Program. Accessed December 24, 2005.

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