For more information on habitat issues, please contact the
WDFW Habitat Program.
habitatprogram@dfw.wa.gov
Phone: 360-902-2534
 
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State Sensitive Species

"Sensitive" means any wildlife species native to the state of Washington that is vulnerable or declining and is likely to become endangered or threatened in a significant portion of its range within the state without cooperative management or removal of threats.
WAC 232-12-297, Section 2.6

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Species Status
Common Name  Scientific Name  Animal Type  State Federal
Common loon Go to page
   Annual Report/Status Review   Status Report  
Gavia immer Bird SS none
Gray whale
   Annual Report/Status Review   Status Report  
Eschrichtius robustus Mammal SS none
Larch Mountain salamander
   Annual Report/Status Review   Status Report  
Plethodon larselli Amphibian SS none
Margined sculpin
   Annual Report/Status Review   Status Report  
Cottus marginatus Fish SS none
Olympic mudminnow
   Annual Report/Status Review   Status Report  
Novumbra hubbsi Fish SS none
Pygmy Whitefish
   Annual Report/Status Review   Status Report  
Prosopium coulteri Fish SS none