Following the three-part model of “effective conservation” developed by The Nature Conservancy, The Colorado Natural Heritage Program has developed this scorecard to evaluate the status of ecological systems, at-risk animals, and rare plants under three broad categories: 1) Biodiversity status – including size, quality, and landscape integrity; 2) Threat status – focused on both current and potential future impacts; and 3) Protection status. This scorecard includes 18 ecological systems, 113 of Colorado’s at-risk vertebrate animal species, and 103 of our rarest plant species.
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