Serach results for Walker county:

Rare, Threatened, & Endangered Species & Natural Communities Documented in Walker County, Alabama
Scientific Name Common Name Global
Aneides aeneus Green Salamander G3G4 S3 SP P2
Necturus alabamensis Black Warrior Waterdog2 G2 S2 C SP P2
Corvus corax Common Raven4 G5 SX SP EX
Falco sparverius American Kestrel G5 S3B,S5N SP P2
Setophaga petechia Yellow Warbler G5 S2B SP
Thryomanes bewickii Bewick's Wren4 G5 SHB,S1N SP P1
Ferns and relatives
Huperzia porophila Rock Clubmoss G4 S1
Etheostoma douglasi Tuskaloosa Darter G3 S2
Percina shumardi River Darter G5 S3
Polyodon spathula Paddlefish G4 S3 SP, CNGF5
Flowering Plants
Carex brysonii Bryson's Sedge2 G1 S1
Marshallia mohrii Mohr's Barbara's Buttons G3 S3 LT
Platanthera lacera Green-fringed Orchid G5 S2
Scutellaria alabamensis Alabama Skullcap2 G2 S2
Sedum nevii Nevius' Stonecrop G3 S3
Freshwater Mussels
Amblema elliottii Coosa Fiveridge G3 S3 PS
Epioblasma metastriata Upland Combshell4 GH SX LE SP SX
Pleurobema decisum Southern Clubshell4 G2 S2 LE SP P2
Pleurobema perovatum Ovate Clubshell G1 S1 LE SP P1
Pleurobema taitianum Heavy Pigtoe4 G1 S1 LE SP P1
Ptychobranchus greenii Triangular Kidneyshell G1 S1 LE SP P1
Toxolasma parvum Lilliput G5 S3 PS
Villosa nebulosa Alabama Rainbow G3 S3 PS
Mustela frenata Long-tailed Weasel G5 S3 SP P2
Ursus americanus Black Bear6 G5T2 S2 GANOS P1
Other Beetles
Arianops folkertsi A Beetle GNR S1
Batriasymmodes spelaeus A Cave Obligate Beetle G3G4 S3
Masticophis flagellum Coachwhip G5 S3 SP
Macrochelys temminckii Alligator Snapping Turtle G3G4 S3 SP P2
Sternotherus depressus Flattened Musk Turtle2 G2 S2 LT SP7 P2

Priority as identified in the State Wildlife Action Plan and its list of Species of Greatest Conservation Concern (for more information on SWAP, see
Alabama endemic.
Historic occurrence.
Polyodon spathula is not included in the list of protected species of the Nongame Species Regulation (Regulation 220-2-.92), but is protected by Regulations 220-2-.94 Prohibition of Taking or Possessing Paddlefish (Spoonbill) and 220-2-.43 Unlawful to Willfully Waste Paddlefish.
Reported from the county, but not likely part of an established, self-sustaining population
Protected under Alabama Game, Fish and Wildlife Laws, Section 9-11-269, as well as the Nongame Regulation.

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Last Updated: Feb 16, 2010