CDFW Call for Information on Listed Threatened and Endangered Species
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) expects to initiate or continue Five-year Reviews for the threatened or endangered species listed below within the next two to three years. The purpose of a Five-year Review is to determine if the conditions that led to the original listing of a species are still present. When initiating a Five-year Review, the Department is required to notify any person who has contacted the California Fish and Game Commission and expressed interest in a species listed under the California Endangered Species Act (CESA; Fish & G. Code § 2077, subd. (a)). CDFW may review the following species:
Boggs Lake hedge-hyssop (Gratiola heterosepala)
California jewelflower (Caulanthus californicus)
Hairy Orcutt grass (Orcuttia pilosa)
Lake County stonecrop (Sedella leiocarpa)
Red Mountain catchfly (Silene campanulata campanulata)
If you have information on any of the species above that you would like the Department to consider while conducting Five-year Species Reviews, please submit it to the appropriate e-mail address listed below.