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It's the giving season, and there's no better time to support NatureServe's work. As nature's tech firm, we provide powerful information that helps drive conservation efforts forward. Your donation will help save critical species and ecosystems from extinction.

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Recent Achievements

It’s been a busy year for NatureServe! With our network partners across the United States, we have achieved the following:

Bur Oak (Quercus macrocarpa). NatureServe Conservation Status: Secure (G5). Photo by The Morton Arboretum.

Published groundbreaking reports which found that 21% of the world’s reptiles and 1 in 9 U.S. tree species are at risk of extinction. These reports were the first of their kind and are already transforming conservation efforts of those imperiled species.

Gentry’s Indigobush (Dalea tentaculoides ). NatureServe Global Status: Critically Imperiled (G1). Photo by Alan Cressler.

Updated the conservation rank statuses of more than 500 plant species. These rankings help maximize valuable conservation resources by guiding decisions on what is most in need of protection now and what will need protecting in the future.

Jamaican Rock Iguana (Cyclura collei). IUCN Red List Status: Critically Endangered (CR). Photo by Joey Markx.

Turned biodiversity discoveries and threats into front-page news at major outlets like The New York Times, PBS News Hour, CNN, and more.

Brown Bear (Ursus arctos). NatureServe Global Status: Apparently Secure (G4). Photo by Larry Master.

Supported nearly 350,000 users on NatureServe Explorer, our free online guide with data on 100,000+ North American species and ecosystems.

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