Plants and Animals

New York is home to nine state-threatened or endangered mollusk species, fifteen insects, nineteen fish, two amphibians, twelve reptiles, nineteen birds, eleven mammals, and six federally listed plant species, as well as dozens of species of special concern. Keeping tabs on the location and condition of these species is critically important to protecting the state's natural heritage.

Plant and Animal Map Layers in New York

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