CNDDB-related Plant Information Special Vascular Plants, Bryophytes, and Lichens List (PDF) (August 2019) Endangered, Threatened, and Rare Plants List (PDF) (August 2019) Changes to the CNDDB Special Vascular Plants, Bryophytes, and Lichens List (PDF) (August 2019) How Revisions Are Made to the Special Plants, Bryophytes, and Lichens List (PDF) (November 2011) Protocols for Surveying and Evaluating Impacts to Special Status Native Plant Populations and Natural Communities (PDF) (March 2018) Guidelines for Conservation of Sensitive Plant Resources Within the Timber Harvest Review Process and During Timber Harvesting Operations (PDF) (July 2005) CNDDB-related Animal Information Special Animals List (PDF) (August 2019) Endangered and Threatened Animals List (PDF) (August 2019) General Information for Submitting Avian Detections to the CNDDB (PDF) (December 2010) Spotted Owl Observations Database Information Other Information Sources Plants Jepson Interchange - botanical resource for California California Native Plant Society California Native Plant Status Reports Rare plant status reports were produced at various times between 1977 and 1993 for selected species native to California. Note that the most reliable information in the status reports will be the plant description and synonomy; often there is also a useful drawing or photograph. The distribution and status information is out of date for the majority of these reports. Mitigation Guidelines Regarding Impacts to Rare, Threatened and Endangered Plants – CNPS Advisory Committee Animals Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, and Mammals - Life History Notes & Range Maps Special Status Invertebrate Species Accounts Photographs & Maps CalPhotos - UC Berkeley Digital Library Project. A collection of photos of plants, animals, fossils, people, and landscapes from around the world. BIOS - Online USGS topo maps and much more. If you have data in decimal degrees, deg/min/sec, or UTM, you can use BIOS to map your location using NAD83, the datum used by the CNDDB. Print out the map and mail with your field survey form to the CNDDB.