Our offices are currently closed to prevent the spread of COVID-19

Staff members are working from home and available by email. Please see our Staff Directory for a list of email addresses.
For updates about State of Nevada office closures, please visit http://nv.gov/.

Submit Data

We welcome submissions of sighting and survey data for at-risk and watch-list plants and animals from knowledgeable individuals, in ANY FORMAT that meets our minimum data standards. Over the years, the contributions of numerous individuals and agencies have created a foundation of accurate and up-to-date information on Nevada's at-risk species, resulting in more appropriate conservation priorities, and more effective and timely conservation actions. For large data sets in electronic format, we can accept the original files in a number of formats including databases and most ESRI file types. If you have a large data set you would like to contribute, please contact us (link sends e-mail)to arrange transfer of the data.

Nevada Native Species Survey Report

For submitting reports of individual species sightings.

NNHP iNaturalist Projects

You can now submit observations of Track and Watch List species to our iNaturalist projects using your phone, tablet, or computer. iNaturalist only collects point data so if you would like to submit polygon data, please email us your polygon (gpx, kml, or shapefile) with the link to your iNat observation. 

Site Biological Inventory

This handy form can be used to generate species lists, community rélevés, photography, or collection notes, etc., for one or up to ten related sites.

Nevada Plant Community Observation Report

We also welcome submissions of data for plant communities. We are now in the process of extending our database to include plant communities. All contributions of data for rare, at-risk, common, or even invasive plant communities are very welcome! We encourage you to use our 2-page Nevada Plant Community Observation Report form for plant community submissions.

Please submit all data to our Data Manager, Eric Miskow.

Recent observations of Nevada rare species