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Report Filters

  • Geographic Locations Single-select only.  Click to select the location type on which you wish to filter.
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  • Animals Multi-select is allowed.  Use <CTRL><Click> to select or deselect.
  • Plants Multi-select is allowed.  Use <CTRL><Click> to select or deselect.
  • Species Rank / Status Multi-select is allowed but only within a Single picklist.  Use <CTRL><Click> to select or deselect.

  • Introduction
  • Species of Concern
  • Potential Species of Concern
  • Special Status Species
  • Additions To Statewide List
  • Species Removed From Statewide List
  • Species of Highest Inventory Need Includes species in need of recent survey data across their entire Montana range.

Please send comments to:

Montana Natural Heritage Program
PO Box 201800, 1515 East Sixth Avenue,
Helena, MT 59620-1800
Voice: (406) 444-5354     Fax: (406) 444-0266

The Montana Natural Heritage Program is pleased to announce a new Species of Concern (SOC) Report.
This new on-line report replaces our previous Species of Concern web search as well as the printed Species of Concern reports.

This new application provides:
  1. All of the narrative information found in the printed reports.
  2. Up-to-date status information for SOC species.
  3. Lists of species additions and deletions over time.
  4. Enhanced search and filtering functions for generating custom reports.
  5. Ability to save and print reports to an Adobe PDF file.
  6. Additional information for the species including documented county occurrences, habitats for animals, and additional status information for plants and birds.
Please Note: This new report is optimized for MS Windows Internet Explorer 8, Google Chrome, and Mozilla FireFox.  There is a known issue that may cause a slower response in Internet Explorer 6 and 7.

We encourage you to explore this new application by clicking on the many hyperlinks and on the expand and collapse folder options.
After using the report, please let us know what you think of it or if you find any errors.
You may contact us at: 406-444-5354 or