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It's a short boat ride for fisherman leaving King Harbor in Redondo Beach, bottom, to the rich fishing waters at Rocky Point in Palos Verdes Estates, near top. The Catalina Islands are in the background. Steve McCrank/Daily Breeze/LightHawk
In this story from Southern California Public Radio, researchers find you don’t see a lot of party boats out fishing for fun on a Tuesday. Find out what they do see and why it matters. Or listen to the story by clicking here .... Read more »
Stranded loggerhead turtle "Capt. Crunch" wait for its flight south with LightHawk. image: Christen Goguen/
WBUR's The Animalist reports on a LightHawk wildlife survival flight which helped three endangered sea turtles return to the sea. The story was broadcast on National Public Radio's Here and Now program.... Read more »
Colorado Delta dry channels. Josh Peckler/Yuma Sun/LightHawk
After almost 100 flights donated to restore the Colorado River Delta, a pulse of life is coming back. Check out this great video from our partner Sonoran Institute featuring stunning aerial footage.... Read more »
After an extensive search, LightHawk's Board of Directors has selected John Pryor to be our next executive director. John is an experienced pilot and lives in Telluride, Colorado. He has strong experience in business, finance, fundraising, and leadership. He has served on...... Read more »
Pilot Ney Grant and passengers
A donated flight helped produce this video for Tuolumne River Trust which contrasts before and after views of the Tuolumne River Watershed including parts of the Wild and Scenic river.... Read more »
Pilot Bob Keller. J Henry Fair
It’s amazing what you can see with a little perspective, like from 4,500 feet in the air. That’s the kind of altitude that pilot Bob Keller climbs to on the flights he takes with Open Space Institute staff, both to monitor already-protected lands and to survey new sites for...... Read more »
Denise Dethlefsen with aerial support provided by LightHawk.
LightHawk and Palmer Land Trust explored aerial monitoring as a more efficient way to reach out-of-the-way properties, and to collect a photographic overview of a number of properties on which Palmer holds conservation easements just north and east of Boone, Colorado...... Read more »
Hundreds of flamingos.
Pilots take us from Arizona to Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula to help researchers study wading flamingos in the April 2013 AOPA Pilot Magazine. Click here to download a pdf of the stunning magazine layout.... Read more »
"Many people imagine wildlife biologists, ornithologists and other scholars of the natural world spending time in the field, tromping around in the wild in search of scientific evidence. But these days they are just as likely to take to the skies, doing their research from...... Read more »