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A large brown, four-legged animal with horns crosses a road in a forest as cars wait for it to pass.

Wildlife’s Safe Passage

In the Sante Fe New Mexican, Wildlife Policy Coordinator Phil Carter wrote a letter to the editor, urging readers to support a bill moving through the New Mexico state legislature that would help prevent unnecessary wildlife deaths on New Mexico’s roads. Photo: Noel Reynolds

A close-up of a large jaguar walking through the desert under a bright blue sky

Catalyst: Wildlife Migration Corridors

In this video, Arizona PBS discusses the benefits of and obstacles to strengthening wildlife corridors in the borderlands region of the U.S. and Mexico with Juan Carlos Bravo, director of our Mexico Program. The video also features our friends in the Sonoran Desert, Rancho El Aribabi, the owners of which prioritize conservation in their land management, aiding in the recovery and migration of vulnerable species like the jaguar. Photo: Northern Jaguar Project/Naturalia

This 3-D model shows a wildlife bridge connecting two wild areas over a highway.

Chihuahua Approves Wildlife Crossings on Highways

Last week, the state of Chihuahua in Mexico amended a law to mandate wildlife crossings on all new highway projects in the state. Wildlife crossings decrease the risk of wildlife-vehicle collisions, protecting both wildlife and human travelers. Huffington Post Mexico covered the story, interviewing Juan Carlos Bravo, our Mexico Program Director. Graphic: Pedro Capdeveille