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Success Stories in State Policy: Protecting Wildlife Corridors Across the U.S.

Wildlands Network is spearheading efforts towards science-driven policies that safeguard critical habitat for wildlife across the United States. Working with allies across the political spectrum, we have introduced and helped successfully pass legislation enabling state agencies to prioritize and plan projects to restore and protect wildlife corridors. The past 18 months have seen particular momentum, Continue reading “Success Stories in State Policy: Protecting Wildlife Corridors Across the U.S.”

Quarantine Reading for the Nature Lover’s Soul

Like us, you’re probably stuck at home right now, scrolling endlessly through newsfeeds. Let us instead suggest you turn off the screen and tune into the amazing work of some of Wildlands Network’s founders. Since 1991, Wildlands Network has held a bold, long-term vision for preserving reconnecting nature across North America, and our philosophy has been Continue reading “Quarantine Reading for the Nature Lover’s Soul”

Resilience During a Time of Uncertainty

Leer en español abajo With the rapid onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world as we know it has—and continues to—change swiftly and dramatically. At Wildlands Network, we are keeping a close eye on the developments and adapting accordingly. We’ve transitioned to a fully remote working structure for our staff, and are checking daily to ensure Continue reading “Resilience During a Time of Uncertainty”

Concurrent Resolution Supporting Habitat Connectivity Passes the Utah State House and Senate with Broad Bipartisan Support

Salt Lake City, Utah (Mar. 12, 2020)- The Utah State Legislature took a crucial step to ensure the future of Utah’s wildlife and the safety of motorists by passing HCR 13, the Concurrent Resolution Supporting the Protection and Restoration of Wildlife Corridors. The resolution, sponsored by Representative Mike Schultz (R-12) and Senator Hinkins (R-27), underscores Continue reading “Concurrent Resolution Supporting Habitat Connectivity Passes the Utah State House and Senate with Broad Bipartisan Support”

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Atropellan a un Felino en Peligro de Extinción Dentro de un Área Protegida de Sonora

Read in English below SONORA, México (28 de febrero de 2020) – La semana pasada, un ocelote macho (Leopardus pardalis) muere en el Ejido Tonibabi tras ser atropellado por un vehículo sobre la carretera federal 14 en el tramo Moctezuma a Huásabas a la altura del kilometro 179. El cuerpo del felino fue retirado por Continue reading “Atropellan a un Felino en Peligro de Extinción Dentro de un Área Protegida de Sonora”

Virginia State Legislature Passes Landmark Wildlife Corridor Bill

Legislation Will Help Protect Virginia’s Motorists as it Safeguards Wildlife Movement and Migration Corridors Richmond, VA (Feb. 25, 2020) – The Virginia State legislature passed SB 1004 and HB 1695, making Virginia among the first states to adopt a comprehensive program to identify wildlife corridors, protect motorists from collisions with animals and address barriers to Continue reading “Virginia State Legislature Passes Landmark Wildlife Corridor Bill”

House Natural Resources Committee Passes Landmark Bipartisan Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act, 22-15

Washington, D.C. (January 29, 2020) – In the midst of the sixth mass extinction crisis, the House Natural Resources Committee took a significant step to protect critical habitats necessary for the movement and survival of the United States’ most vulnerable species. The Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act (H.R. 2795) was voted out of the House Natural Continue reading “House Natural Resources Committee Passes Landmark Bipartisan Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act, 22-15”

Legislation to Protect Wildlife Corridors Introduced in the Virginia State House

RICHMOND, Va. (January 27, 2020) — Senator David W. Marsden and Delegate David L. Bulova have introduced landmark wildlife conservation legislation that will benefit both Virginia’s wildlife and residents, with the support of more than 50 regional and national conservation groups. SB 1004 and HB 1695 will promote the protection of wildlife corridors across the Continue reading “Legislation to Protect Wildlife Corridors Introduced in the Virginia State House”

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Why We’re Migrating to Salt Lake City

Wildlands Network is on the move: We’re relocating our headquarters to Salt Lake City, Utah in January 2020! For the past several years, we’ve been happy to call Seattle home. But as our staff, programs and projects have grown, so too has the operational cost of doing business in Seattle. While our work and staff Continue reading “Why We’re Migrating to Salt Lake City”

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Eastern Wildway Map Presents Vision for an Ecologically-Connected North America

DURHAM, N.C. (October 22, 2019) – This week Wildlands Network publicly released its Eastern Wildway map, a bold vision for reconnecting and restoring wildlife habitat across eastern North America. The new map covers roughly 50% of the East Coast of the United States and Canada, and is among first large-scale conservation plans to show an Continue reading “Eastern Wildway Map Presents Vision for an Ecologically-Connected North America”