Conservation FLYer September 2022

Conservation FLYer September 2022

Catch up on the latest LightHawk news September 2022 Featured mission: Monitoring harmful algal blooms with San Francisco Baykeeper Harmful algal bloom growth in Discovery Bay. Photo by Robert Most LightHawk partner San Francisco Baykeeper has flown multiple missions...

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August 2022 Conservation FLYer

August 2022 Conservation FLYer

Catch up on the latest LightHawk news August 2022 Featured mission: Saving a California condor California condor 171, 'Traveler' needed emergency transport from the Oakland Zoo to the LA Zoo due to lead toxicosis. Photo by Mike Clark/LA Zoo In early July, LightHawk...

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July 2022 Conservation FLYer

Catch up on the latest LightHawk news July 2022 Featured mission: Mexican wolf cross-fostering LightHawk pilot Ken Adelman, Rebecca Bose and Charlie Duffy of Wolf Conservation Center and representative from the Endangered Wolf Center at a pit stop in Missouri.Photo by...

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June 2022 Conservation FLYer

June 2022 Conservation FLYer

Catch up on the latest LightHawk news June 2022 Featured mission: Tracking the golden-winged warbler A VHF receiver antenna was attached to the strut of volunteer pilot Dan Silvers' Cessna 182 to locate tagged golden-winged warblers. Photo by Dan Silvers/LightHawk The...

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May 2022 Conservation FLYer

May 2022 Conservation FLYer

Catch up on the latest LightHawk news May 2022 Featured mission: Supporting the protection of migratory birds Photo by Jim Dougherty/LightHawk May is Migratory Bird Month and a recent LightHawk mission, flown by Mark Dedon, supported the protection of migratory birds...

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Conservation FLYer April 2022

Catch up on the latest happenings at LightHawk April 2022     Featured mission: Surveying protected lands with 7 Lakes Alliance Watson Pond. Photo by Jonathan Milne/LightHawk LightHawk volunteer pilot Jamie Gamble recently flew staff from the 7 Lakes...

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Conservation FLYer March 2022

Conservation FLYer March 2022

March 2022 LightHawk news     Featured mission: Returning kokanee salmon to Lake Sammamish Left to right: Perry Falcone, Kokanee Recovery Manager with King County Water and Land Resources Division, King County Executive Dow Constantine and Snoqualmie Tribe...

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Conservation FLYer February, 2020: A Dangerous Road

Conservation FLYer February, 2020: A Dangerous Road

Silverbell Mountains in Ironwood Forest National Monument. The proposed I-11 corridor would be built directly adjacent to Saguaro National Park and Ironwood Forest National Monument, directly affecting wildlife corridors between these protected areas. Photo Credit:...

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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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