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Chart of growth in rare and endangered species observations between 2002 and 2016.

•Thanks to 25 years of staff and UNM student effort, the contributions of many dedicated biologists, and collaborations with our agency and university partners, Natural Heritage New Mexico’s Conservation Information System (NM CIS) has reached a milestone of 100,000 sensitive species observations.

•This rich data set includes federal and state listed species, Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN), rare plant, and species of conservation concern observations.

Map of New Mexico Conservation Information System observation as of 11/11/2016.

•Thanks to 25 years of staff and UNM student effort, the contributions of many dedicated biologists, and collaborations with our agency and university partners, Natural Heritage New Mexico’s Conservation Information System (NM CIS) has reached a milestone of 100,000 sensitive species observations.

•This rich data set includes federal and state listed species, Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN), rare plant, and species of conservation concern observations.

Photo of New Mexico Rock Daisy, Perityle staurophylla var. staurophylla

•Thanks to 25 years of staff and UNM student effort, the contributions of many dedicated biologists, and collaborations with our agency and university partners, Natural Heritage New Mexico’s Conservation Information System (NM CIS) has reached a milestone of 100,000 sensitive species observations.

•This rich data set includes federal and state listed species, Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN), rare plant, and species of conservation concern observations.

Poster for Pinyon-Juniper Status and Management for Wildlife Symposium

The symposium was a success! Thank you to all the presenters, attendees, and the board.

If you have any questions please contact Jackie Smith at 505-277-3822, x231, jwoodsmith@gmail.com.

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