Iris at Quigley-Slattery Heritage Prairie, Buchanan County

Jessica Rilling

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  • No species too small

    SEP. 27, 2017

    Iowa was once home to an amazing array of animal species, providing habitat to a diverse mix of mammals, birds, reptiles and insects. Some of these species are now threatened. Learn more about some of the smallest creatures INHF works to protect.

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  • Missouri nature preserve with INHF ties dedicated

    OCT. 19, 2016

    The City of Hannibal dedicated Sodalis Nature Preserve Oct. 21-22. The 185-acre preserve, protected permanently by a conservation easement held by Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation, features recreational trails and important hibernating habitat for an estimated 168,000 federally endangered Indiana bats — approximately one-third of all the Indiana bats in the world.

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  • An oasis brought to life

    SEP. 19, 2016

    Nestled within the bustling city of Davenport is a 265-acre environmental haven. For over 400 plant species and numerous animals, birds, fish and insects, Nahant Marsh is home.

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