DFW-Wharton, Kevin DFW-Wharton, Kevin

created Dec 24, 2013

updated Feb 18, 2016

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Percentage of current state listed species that are recovering.

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Goal 3: Sustainable Energy and a Clean Environment
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state listed species, recovery, endangered, threatened
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Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW)
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http://wdfw.wa.gov/conservation/endangered/
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WDFW Wildlife Program
Data Definition
The percentage of species that are recovering, which is dependent on assessments of the species’ trends based on available data (e.g. population estimates, habitat condition/security, etc.) and professional judgment. Each species is reviewed annually.
Data Frequency
Annual measure updated in December
Target Rationale
Due to ongoing efforts to focus conservation programs and conduct status reviews for all 46 species, and due to focused conservation actions related to recent proposed and final federal listing under ESA, WDFW believes this change in status could occur for 4 species in the timeframe described. The species that WDFW is likely to successfully add to the “increasing population trend” list by 2019 are Columbian White-Tailed Deer, Greater Sage-Grouse, Western Gray Squirrel, and Snowy Plover.
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