Windows to Wildlife: Bees to Bears, Idaho Birding Trail, and more

As winters get shorter and summers are hotter and drier, it's getting tougher for wildlife to find suitable habitat during different stages of the year. The Idaho Panhandle Bees to Bears Climate Adaptation Project aims to restore 250 acres of forested habitat to help certain species adapt to climate change. Learn more about the project and see photos in the winter edition of Windows to Wildlife.

Also, wildlife viewing enthusiasts will find it easier to locate birds in Idaho thanks to an update to the Idaho Birding Trail. For more information, visit idahobirdingtrail.com, or get a free regional brochure at your local Idaho Fish and Game office.

Windows to Wildlife is a quarterly publication of the Idaho Watchable Wildlife Committee and Idaho Fish and Game Wildlife Diversity Program. To read past editions, visit https://idfg.idaho.gov/media/newsletter/windows-to-wildlife.

Windows to Wildlife Winter 2019 Cover