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Animal Project Description. Goal : Describe the endangered animals of Bartholomew County and how to help keep them from becoming extinct. Materials : Books, Netbooks , The Fifth Grade Website “Animal Project”, Rubrics, Description Helpful Websites : (All found on our Fifth Grade Website)

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animal project description
Animal Project Description
  • Goal: Describe the endangered animals of Bartholomew County and how to help keep them from becoming extinct.
  • Materials: Books, Netbooks, The Fifth Grade Website “Animal Project”, Rubrics, Description
  • Helpful Websites: (All found on our Fifth Grade Website)
  • DNR website
  • FWS website
  • Requirements: Your project is to be no longer than 5 minutes. You must include the following information.
  • - What is the status of your animal?
  • - A photo of your animal
  • - Is your animal prey, predator, or both?
  • - What does it eat? What eats it?
  • - What is your animal’s habitat?
  • - What threatens your animal? (Natural threats and Man-made)
  • How can we, as a grade-level, help your animal? (Include a short plan)
  • Presentation: Your presentation may be completed in any manner you chose. If your presentation requires materials, you must bring them in to use during class. Do not forget you must present in front of your classmates. Follow the rubric for all projects.
  • Below are some suggested ways to present.
  •, PowerPoint, Poster, Mobile, Diorama, Brochure, Report, Speech, Play
bartholomew county endangered list

Scientific Name Common Name Status

Bartholomew County Endangered List


ToxolasmalividusPurple Lilliput SSC G3 S2

PtychobranchusfasciolarisKidneyshell SSC G4G5 S2


Clonophiskirtlandii Kirtland's Snake SE G2 S2


AimophilaaestivalisBachman's Sparrow G3 SXB

AmmodramushenslowiiHenslow'sSparrow SE G4 S3B

ArdeaherodiasGreat Blue Heron G5 S4B

Buteolineatus Red-shouldered Hawk SSC G5 S3

CistothorusplatensisSedge Wren SE G5 S3B

Falco peregrinus Peregrine Falcon No Status SE G4 S2B

HaliaeetusleucocephalusBald Eagle LT,PDL SSC G5 S2

Helmitherosvermivorus Worm-eating Warbler SSC G5 S3B

Mniotiltavaria Black-and-white Warbler SSC G5 S1S2B

Nycticoraxnycticorax Black-crowned Night-heron SE G5 S1B

Tyto alba Barn Owl SE G5 S2

WilsoniacitrinaHooded Warbler SSC G5 S3B


Lasiurus borealis Eastern Red Bat SSC G5 S4

Lasiuruscinereus Hoary Bat No Status SSC G5 S4

MustelanivalisLeast Weasel SSC G5 S2?

Myotislucifugus Little Brown Bat SSC G5 S4

MyotisseptentrionalisNorthern MyotisSSC G4 S3

Myotissodalis Indiana Bat or Social MyotisLE SE G2 S1

Nycticeiushumeralis Evening Bat SE G5 S1

PipistrellussubflavusEastern PipistrelleSSC G5 S4

Taxideataxus American Badger SSC G5 S2

Fed: LE = Endangered; LT = Threatened; C = candidate; PDL = proposed for delisting

State: SE = state endangered; ST = state threatened; SR = state rare; SSC = state species of special concern;

SX = state extirpated; SG = state significant; WL = watch list

GRANK: Global Heritage Rank: G1 = critically imperiled globally; G2 = imperiled globally; G3 = rare or uncommon

globally; G4 = widespread and abundant globally but with long term concerns; G5 = widespread and abundant

globally; G? = unranked; GX = extinct; Q = uncertain rank; T = taxonomic subunit rank

SRANK: State Heritage Rank: S1 = critically imperiled in state; S2 = imperiled in state; S3 = rare or uncommon in state;

G4 = widespread and abundant in state but with long term concern; SG = state significant; SH = historical in

state; SX = state extirpated; B = breeding status; S? = unranked; SNR = unranked; SNA = nonbreeding status