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.
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.
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.