We are appalled by the insurgence at the U.S. Capitol. Our vision of a vibrant and sustainable future for nature must be supported by institutions that are stable, just, equitable and inclusive.
Learn about the OCRF and its work to protect Oregon’s wildlife, wild places, and outdoor opportunities for all.
Senator Tom Udall and wildlife experts convened for a conversation on how wildlife corridors and crossings can support state and local economies, and the wildlife and wild lands we cherish.
Marking a significant step for U.S. wildlife conservation, the bipartisan Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act along with the INVEST in America Act, which includes $300 million for projects to reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions nationally, passed the U.S. House of Representatives as part of H.R. 2, the Moving Forward Act.
Since the passing of our cofounder and ‘Father of Conservation Biology’ Michael E. Soulé, we’ve seen and received countless stories and remembrances of Michael’s spirit and his work from the across the continent—and around the globe.
Soulé will be remembered foremost as the ‘Father of Conservation Biology.’ His vision has allowed conservationists and fellow scientists the tools and direction necessary to protect wild nature at a continental scale.
Wildlands Network’s board of directors is proud to announce their selection of Katie Davis as the organization’s next executive director. Wildlands Network spearheaded the idea of large landscape conservation in North America nearly three decades ago.
We condemn the generations of injustice faced by Black Americans resulting in the death of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and countless others.
We recently had the opportunity to talk with Wildlands Network supporters Dale Weiler and Loti Woods of Weiler Woods for Wildlife about what sparked their interest in our organization, and how our vision combined with their example can serve as inspiration to other who want to get involved in conservation. Fierce wildlife advocates themselves, Dale… Continue reading “Q&A with Champions for Misunderstood Wildlife”…
Tracking wildlife along roads is one of the multifaceted ways Wildlands Network is sustaining the wild
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.”…
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”…
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 our people and communities are supported, in both the United States and Mexico.
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.
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”…