by Caitlin Williamson | Apr 3, 2018 | Wildlife
One of the newest additions to the Endangered Species Act is found right here in Wisconsin: the rusty patched bumble bee (Bombus affinis) was added to the Endangered Species List on March 21, 2017, making it the first bee in history to be designated as an endangered species.
by Caitlin Williamson | Mar 30, 2018 | Wildlife
This video by DNR’s Bureau of Natural Heritage Conservation is all about our Endangered Resources in Wisconsin. We are proud to support Natural Heritage Conservation (NHC) and to partner with DNR to protect these Endangered Resources. Since 1986 the Natural Resources Foundation has contributed: $1,905,744 to NHC in support of public lands and waters projects […]