Joining our Community Against Racism

Joining our Community Against Racism

Dear Friends, At LightHawk, we envision helping shape a world where ecosystems are thriving, natural resources are abundant, the human communities that depend on them are healthy, and all people feel hopeful about the future for themselves and their children. Racism...

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LightHawk Welcomes New CEO

LightHawk Welcomes New CEO

FT. COLLINS, CO, 16 March 2020 - LightHawk, the largest conservation flying organization in the country, welcomes Michele Rutledge as new CEO to lead the organization in its mission to inspire conservation action through the aerial perspective of at-risk and...

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Conservation FLYer December, 2019: Monkey Business

Conservation FLYer December, 2019: Monkey Business

It's been a stellar 2019 at LightHawk, celebrating 40 years of conservation flying. As we look ahead to 2020, we're excited to continue our important work with your help! The video below is just one of the critical conservation issues LightHawk addressed this year....

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Conservation FLYer November, 2019: Water in the West

Conservation FLYer November, 2019: Water in the West

As Thanksgiving approaches, we have a lot to be thankful for at LightHawk. Thank you to our donors, partners and supporters for championing LightHawk's mission of conservation. We wouldn't be LightHawk without you! Endangered California condors are thankful that they...

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Conservation FLYer September, 2019: Saving A River

Conservation FLYer September, 2019: Saving A River

It's been a productive start to Autumn at LightHawk and we're so excited to celebrate all we've done in 40 years at the upcoming Annual Meeting and Fly-In. Be sure to read all the way to the bottom of this month's FLYer- there's some press stories we're pretty proud...

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Think. Plan. Fly.

Think. Plan. Fly.

A guest article by Devon Player. For this flight, LightHawk partnered with Puget Soundkeeper and Unleash the Brilliance. Puget Soundkeeper works to preserve and protect the waters of Puget Sound. Unleash the Brilliance was founded to empower youth who are at risk of...

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Conservation FLYer: July 2019

Conservation FLYer: July 2019

Did you know 40% of the world's bird species are in decline? California Gulls nest on Mono Lake, as seen from a LightHawk aerial research survey. Kristie Nelson/Point Blue Conservation Science LightHawk is doing something about it. Read our latest newsletter.

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