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LightHawk flights show habitat connectivity and identify obstacles for wildlife.

In Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula, flights empowered scientists to study flamingo habitat without disrupting the birds. And when a rare and precious nesting pair of harpy eagles were discovered in Honduras, flights helped to achieve a quick and efficient overview of the eagles’ home range.

These types of habitat surveys act as a barometer and identifies where efforts should be focused to maintain healthy landscapes for healthy wildlife.