Wildlife Connectivity Corridors
Migration is a natural instinct that guides our future. It is a practice that protects species from extinction, uniting herds to a location that has called them back for generations. Wildlife Connectivity Corridors strives to make sure that herds can continue to make their journey as safely as possible considering our booming and bustling developments that can become a barrier to their crossing. Wildlife such as the Canada Lynx, Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep, Elk, Bears, and Pronghorn, depend on connectivity corridors to complete their migration.
Connected wildlife areas span state borders, and between Colorado and New Mexico, 5 connectivity corridors have been proposed to ensure that wildlife maintains its ability to move freely within the region across the Carson National Forest, Santa Fe National Forest, and The Rio Grande del Norte National Monument. Join us as we work to protect and enhance wildlife connectivity by getting involved. Click the link below to get started.
[Link to WCC Website]