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Threatened and Endangered Plants & Animals

There are 23 threatened and endangered plants and animals in Pima County. Most are in danger because their habitat has been destroyed or damaged, some are in danger because of threats from exotic species, and some are in danger because of hunting. Some endangered plants and animals were never very common in this area. Only a few of these species can live in the same areas where people live. Some plants and animals need wetlands to live in. These plants and animals are threatened when their water supply disappears. If you would like to find out more about any of these plants or animals (like what color to color them) , just go to our FACT SHEET pages.

Acuna Cactus
Acuna Cactus
  Aplomado Falcon
Aplomado Falcon
 Bald Eagle
Bald Eagle
Cactus Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl
 Pygmy-Owl
Chiricahua Leopard frog
Leopard frog
 Desert Pupfish
Desert Pupfish
Gila Chub
Gila Chub
 Gila Topminnow
Gila Topminnow
Huachuca Water Umbel
 Huachuca Water Umbel
 Jaguar
 Jaguar
Jaguarundi  
Jaguarundi
 Kearney's Blue Star  
Kearney's Blue Star
 Lesser Long Nosed Bat
Lesser Long Nosed Bat
 Masked Bobwhite
Masked Bobwhite
 Mexican Gray Wolf
Mexican Gray Wolf
Mexican Spotted Owl  
Mexican Spotted Owl  
 Mountain Plover
Mountain Plover
 Nichol's Turk's Head Cactus
Nichol's Turk's Head Cactus
 Ocelot
Ocelot
Pima Pineapple Cactus  
Pima Pineapple Cactus
 Sonoran Pronghorn
Sonoran Pronghorn
 Southwestern Willow Flycatcher
Southwestern Willow Flycatcher
 Sonoyta Mud Turtle
Sonoyta Mud Turtle
 

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