The Virginia General Assembly passed critical legislation to protect wildlife corridors and help keep drivers safer. This bill builds on the wildlife corridor legislation that passed last year.
Protecting 30 percent of land in the United States by 2030, while ambitious, is feasible and critically important to maintain biodiversity and mitigate the impacts of a changing climate.
Senator David W. Marsden introduced wildlife conservation legislation that will benefit both Virginia’s wildlife and residents. The bill promotes the protection of wildlife corridors across the state by directing key agencies to incorporate wildlife corridors and road crossings into their planning.
“Wildlands Network’s logo is a wolverine print, which is no accident. No other animal living in North America better captures the spirit of our commitment to protecting wild places where self-willed animals can live their lives unfettered by human activity.”
El reporte informa que la Carretera Federal 2 en el tramo Ímuris – Límite de estados con Chihuahua es una de las principales barreras para la conectividad ecológica en la región de las Islas del Cielo.
Desde el 2014, Wildlands Network ha solicitado la construcción de pasos de fauna en caminos y carreteras de Sonora con énfasis en la carretera 2 en la que ocurrío el más reciente incidente.
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.
the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure included dedicated funding in the INVEST in America Act to support state, tribal and federal efforts to reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions, making America’s roads safer for both motorists and wildlife.
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.
Sonora, México 9 de junio, 2020 – Un puma (Puma concolor) adulto murió a 20 Km al sur de Hermosillo tras ser atropellado sobre la carretera federal 15 en el tramo Hermosillo
As we move forward, Wildlands Network’s work and actions cannot neglect the fact that justice for the natural world is unattainable without justice and equality among our own species. Black Lives Matter.
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.
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.