There are 34 species of birds considered in peril by WDFW.
SEVEN bird species are considered Endangered the highest level of threat.
Northern Spotted Owl
Streaked Horned Lark
Sand Hill Crane
FOUR species are considered Threatened the second highest level of threat.
Greater Sage Grouse
American White Pelican
Columbia Sharp-tailed Grouse
ONE species is considered Sensitive
and TWENTY-TWO species are listed as Candidate species, indicating that their populations need to be closely monitored and there is a high potential for them to be listed in the near future.
Oregon Vesper Sparrow
Slender-billed White-breasted Nuthatch
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