The West Virginia Wildlife Diversity Program (WDP) and Natural Heritage Program are responsible for those species listed by the federal government as threatened or endangered, as well as nongame wildlife and their habitats. Nongame wildlife includes those species which are not fished, hunted or trapped. More than 80% of West Virginia’s wildlife is classified as nongame, including: 299 species of birds, 67 mammals, 46 amphibians, 42 reptiles, 180 fishes, 130 butterflies and thousands of other invertebrates, as well as over 2800 plant species.

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