Alabama Endangered Species Sticker
A portion of the proceeds from this sticker is donated to The Nature Conservancy in Alabama.
Alabama, in many aspects, has one of the highest levels of biodiversity for any area in North America.
According to the Nature Conservancy:
1st in the U.S. – Freshwater fishes – 332 kinds of fish – 27% of all fish species in North America
1st in the U.S. – Freshwater Mussels – 180 kinds of mussels – 59% of all mussel species in North America
1st in the U.S. – Freshwater Snails – 202 kinds of snails – 28% of all snails species in North America
1st in the U.S. – Crayfish – 85 kinds of Crayfish – 22% of all crayfish species in North America
1st in the U.S. – Turtles – 27 kinds of freshwater turtles – 57% of all turtle species in North America
With one of the highest levels of biodiversity in North America, Alabama also has one of the highest numbers of threatened or endangered species of any place in the country.
This sticker shows a sample of many of the endangered or threatened species in Alabama.