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...
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...

A Wolf Story – Saving a Species Up Close

Mexican wolves enter their new home in MN. Credit: Chuck Yanke Written by Audrey Ek-Psomas, LightHawk Eastern Program Coordinator View of wolf inside crate before departing NM. Chuck Yanke It’s about 25 minutes from the I-25 off-ramp, and after a few miles on...

Webinar Recording: Capturing Perspective With Aerial Video

On July 22, 2020, LightHawk hosted a webinar on how to capture video from a small aircraft and use that video for conservation communications and monitoring. Aerial video footage is a powerful tool for connecting with supporters and community members at a distance via...
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...
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...