Conrad Vispo spent much of my early field studies working with vertebrates: mammals, birds, and fish, largely in relation to human use and management, but not, admittedly, on farms. Since 2003, he has been the wildlife ecologist at the Hawthorne Valley Farmscape Ecology Program, where much of his work has been focused on understanding how habitat management influences the abundance of on-farm beneficial insects. However, he still looks at birds and mammals occasionally, and the Farmscape Ecology Program efforts include understanding the patterns of biodiversity in the larger landscape, information that helps provide additional perspective on farmland biodiversity.