"Lawmakers eye protections for Southwest wildlife corridor" E&E August 26, 2019 - Connected Corridors

“Lawmakers eye protections for Southwest wildlife corridor” E&E August 26, 2019

The landscape is just a slice of an interconnected habitat stretching from central New Mexico to central Colorado. It’s home to migrating elk, pronghorn antelope, mule deer, mountain lions, lynx and black bears, as well as a wide range of bird and fish species.

Managing the checkered corridors of federal, state and private land that wildlife uses to migrate is a complicated endeavor, and the flight over Rio Grande del Norte last week showed just how many people must be involved.

Learn More