Threatened & Endangered Species

Below is a list of species in Oklahoma that are classified as Federally Endangered, Federally Threatened, State Endangered, or State Threatened.

American Burying Beetle.  Photo by Jena Donnell
ODWC Photo

Federally Threatened

Arkansas River Shiner.  Photo by Jena Donnell
ODWC Photo

Federally Threatened

Blackside Darter. Photo by Brandon Brown.
ODWC Photo

State Threatened

Gray Bat
Photo by: Ann Froschauer/USFWS

Federally Endangered

Indiana Bat
Photo by: Ann Froschauer/USFWS

Federally Endangered

Leopard Darter.  Photo by Richard Standage/USFS
Photo by: Richard Standage/USFS

Federally Threatened

Longnose Darter.  Photo by Michael Gatlin
Photo by: Michael Gatlin

State Endangered

Neosho Madtom.  Photo by USFWS
Photo by: USFWS

Federally Threatened

Neosho mucket.  Photo by Chris Barnhart/Missouri State University
Photo by: Chris Barnhart/MSU

Federally Endangered

Northern long-eared bat
Photo by: USFWS

Federally Threatened