Snake-Columbia shrub steppe

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Snake-Columbia shrub steppe
Snake-Columbia Shrub Steppe map.svg
Biome Deserts and xeric shrublands
Bird species 207[1]
Mammal species 104[1]
Country United States
States Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho and Nevada
Habitat loss 19.112%[1]
Protected 58.45%[1]

The Snake-Columbia shrub steppe is an ecoregion defined by the World Wildlife Fund. Information about this ecoregion is covered by two articles that follow the ecoregion definitions of the United States Environmental Protection Agency:

Coordinates: 45°N 117°W / 45°N 117°W / 45; -117


  1. ^ a b c d Hoekstra, J. M.; Molnar, J. L.; Jennings, M.; Revenga, C.; Spalding, M. D.; Boucher, T. M.; Robertson, J. C.; Heibel, T. J.; Ellison, K. (2010). Molnar, J. L., ed. The Atlas of Global Conservation: Changes, Challenges, and Opportunities to Make a Difference. University of California Press. ISBN 978-0-520-26256-0.