Threatened & Endangered Species

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

Oklahoma Cave Crayfish.  Photo by Dante Fenolio
Photo by: Dante Fenolio

State Endangered

Ouachita Rock Pocketbook.  Photo by Susan Rogers/USFWS
Photo by: Susan Rogers/USFWS

Federally Endangered

Ozark big-eared bat
Photo by: USFWS

Federally Endangered

Ozark Cavefish.  Photo by USFWS
Photo by: USFWS

Federally Threatened

Piping Plover.  Photo by Matt Poole/USFWS
Photo by: Matt Poole/USFWS

Federally Endangered

Rabbitsfoot.  Photo by Matthew Patterson/USFWS
Photo by: Matthew Patterson/USFWS

Federally Threatened

Red-cockaded woodpecker.  Photo by John Maxwell/USFWS
Photo by: John Maxwell/USFWS

Federally Endangered

Rufa Red Know.  Photo by Gregory Breese/USFWS
Photo by: Gregory Breese/USFWS

Federally Threatened

Scaleshell mussel.  Photo by Andy Roberts/USFWS
Photo by: Andy Roberts/USFWS

Federally Endangered

Whooping Crane.  Photo by USDA
Photo by: John Noll/USDA

Federally Endangered