NatureServe is most effective when our data are applied. The value-added tools and services that we develop transform this information into actionable knowledge in the service of scientific understanding and biodiversity conservation.
Interactive Maps and Downloadable Datasets
NatureServe Explorer is an authoritative source for information on more than 100,000 plants, animals, and ecosystems of the United States, Canada, and Latin America.
Discover the natural communities and natural history of D.C.’s Rock Creek Park – explore the map, find seasonal highlights, “build” your hike and print a report on what you will see.
A Landscape Condition Model for the Conterminous United States, using nationally standardized data inputs.
This free, publicly accessible web application enables practitioners, policymakers, and citizens alike to work together toward shared land protection priorities and goals.
Field data collected by NatureServe and member programs are a leading source of information about the locations of rare and endangered species and threatened ecosystems.
The EO Data Standard enables NatureServe to leverage local biodiversity inventory by member programs into a unique national dataset.
NatureServe ecologists offer solutions for measuring a complex world.
Custom Data Services: one-stop access to customized data products to meet specific information needs.
The HCCVI provides a practical framework for gauging vulnerability of ecosystem or habitat types and clarifying measurable adaptation strategies. Pages