Native to the Southern border of Arizona, first listed as endangered March 28th, 1972. Threats include: habitat loss, poaching for their uniquely patterened fur, and U.S. and Mexican border blocks their mating route.
Native to the SouthWest border of Arizona and Southern Texas, first listed as endangered March 28th, 1972. Threats include: habitat fragmentation and poaching for their fur.
|Lesser Long-Nosed Bat
Native to Mexico, but will migrate to the Southern border of Arizona and SouthWestern border of New Mexico. First listed as endangered September 30th, 1988. Threats include, urbanization and permanent habitat loss.
|Black Footed Ferret
Native to the Northern areas of Arizona. First listed as endangered March 11th, 1967. Threats include: habitat loss, non-native diseases and loss of prey.