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Siskiyou Mountains Salamander

Siskiyou Mountains salamander (Plethodon stormi) is endemic to northern Siskiyou County, California, and southern Jackson Country, Oregon. 

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Northern Spotted Owl

The northern spotted owl ( Strix occidentalis caurina ) has been at the center of forest management debate because of its dependence on classic old-growth forest characteristics for roosting, foraging and nesting, its role as an ‘indicator species’ for forest health, and the continual fragmentation and loss of its habitat throughout the Pacific Northwest.  

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Yreka Phlox

Yreka phlox (Phlox hirsuta) is a perennial subshrub in the Phlox or Polemoniaceae family that is endemic to Siskiyou County, California. 

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Mount Ashland Lupine

Mount Ashland Lupine is endemic to Mount Ashland, and is found in open areas above 6800 feet on the south and west slopes and near the mountain's summit.

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