The California Natural Diversity Database (CNDDB) is an inventory of the status and locations of rare plants and animals in California. CNDDB staff work with partners to maintain current lists of rare species, as well as to maintain an ever-growing database of GIS-mapped locations for these species.
Attention CNDDB subscribers: starting February 4, 2020, any subscription user wishing to access CNDDB-related data will be required to register for an individual CDFW account and be listed as an authorized user under a current CNDDB subscription. The cnddb_gov and cnddb_com login credentials will be discontinued. More information can be found in the Subscription User Management Instructions and FAQ (PDF), or by contacting your organization’s subscription administrator.
||CNDDB Coordinator; Lead Scientist
||Zoologist; Zoology Data Manager
||Zoologist; Training and Outreach Coordinator
||Timberland Species Data Manager
||Rare Plant Botanist; Botany Data Technician
||Spotted Owl Data Manager
||Rare Plant Botanist; Botany Data Manager
||Subscriptions and General Information