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As Grand Canyon National Park Celebrates Centennial, Climate Change Is Putting Its Wildlife at Risk

The Los Angeles Times details how climate change will disastrously affect regional wildlife in and around the Grand Canyon, presenting wildlife connectivity through linking federal lands together as the solution to preserving biodiversity for generations to come.

An advocacy group called the Wildlands Network is calling for the protection of a corridor that links the Grand Canyon, the Kaibab National Forest, Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and the Bryce Canyon National Park region. There are similar opportunities in the Eastern United States.

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