Interagency Special Status Sensitive Species Program
The Interagency Special Status / Sensitive Species Program (ISSSSP) is an interagency program between the Pacific Northwest Regional Office of the U.S. Forest Service and Oregon/Washington State Office of the Bureau of Land Management for the conservation and management of rare species (those that meet agency criteria for inclusion on sensitive and special status lists, whether or not they are federally listed as Threatened or Endangered). Conservation Assessments for ISSSSP species have been created through collaborations of many partners, including Klamath Bird Observatory. KBO has taken the lead in writing Conservation Assessments for the Great Gray Owl, Harlequin Duck, and Purple Martin (western subspecies).
CLICK HERE to learn more about the Conservation Assessment for Purple Martin.
CLICK HERE to learn more about the Conservation Assessment for Great Grey Owl.
CLICK HERE to learn more about the Conservation Assessment for Harlequin Duck.
CLICK HERE to view all Sensitive Species Conservation Assessments and Species Fact Sheets for the Oregon and Washington ISSSSP bird species.