Species Management

Raise a Glass to Wasps: 5 Reasons to Show Bugs Some Love This Valentine’s Day

We may not think of bugs as the most romantic of creatures, but they play a key role in the production of many traditional Valentine gifts.

5 Ways to Keep Your Conservation Program Thriving This Winter

Here are some ideas for keeping your conservation program going this winter.

New White Paper Small Scales, Big Impacts

SILVER SPRING, MD, August 26, 2020 – Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) offers a new white paper available for download today, Small Scales, Big Impacts – How conservation makes positive impacts for biodiversity and community awareness despite limitations related to the amount of land, number of employees or the size of managed species. The white paper […]

10 Amazing Pollinators You Might Not Know About

Pollinators are much more than just bees, hummingbirds and butterflies. Discover 10 of the less commonly known pollinating species around the world.

Blog Invitado: Salva un murciélago, planta un agave

El suroeste de Estados Unidos y el norte de México son hermosos durante la primavera. Las mañanas frescas revelan polinizadores migratorios que se extienden hacia el norte a través del paisaje forestal. Los colibríes, mariposas y murciélagos revolotean al norte con el brote de flores y plantas, ansiosos por comenzar sus familias y la crianza […]

Guest Blog: Save a Bat, Plant an Agave

Migrating long-nosed bats and their reliance on agave and columnar cacti is akin in scale and connectedness to monarchs and milkweed. They need it to survive. Léalo en español

Bats, Birds and Owls – A Conservation Conference Session Recap

One of the more popular breakout sessions at the 2018 Conservation Conference, Bats, Birds and Owls: Capturing Community Interest Through Species Management Programs, focused on the use of species projects as a pathway for community engagement. Presenters from Freeport-McMoRan and Waste Management shared their stories about using the preservation and management of an iconic local […]

Freeport-McMoRan: Bat Heroes of the Southwest

In the deserts of Arizona, one of the three pollinating bat species in the United States—the lesser long-nosed bat—got a boost to its habitat during Bat Week 2018 with the help of Freeport-McMoRan and its conservation partners.

What a Bat Monitor Can Teach Us About Inclusion

While we always support and advocate for the PhDs, the professors and the experts, we should never forget to empower and embrace the amateurs, the innovators and the tinkerers.

What We Learned by Building Insect Hotels

WHC staff spent a day building insect hotels. Read about our experiences.
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