Huffington Post Mexico covered our recent press release about a new policy proposal in the state of Sonora, Mexico that mandates wildlife crossings in the state’s Territorial Ordinance Programs.
Juan Carlos Bravo, Wildlands Network’s Mexico Program Director, said, “At Wildlands Network, we celebrate the initiative presented before Congress, and we hope that it will be approved as soon as possible. We continue to document the death of wildlife on state roads, and we are concerned that there is no proper development being considered, one that allows animals to move without risking being roadkill. We have already located some of the most important places that require wildlife crossings, and we hope that authorities will present concrete solutions as soon as possible.”
Note: This article is in Spanish.