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Borderlands Program

Political boundaries are meaningless to wild animals, whose natural pathways have long preceded human check stations and border walls. The goal of Wildlands Network’s Borderlands Program is to ensure that jaguars, ocelots, black bears, and Mexican wolves can move freely through the Sky Islands region of northern Mexico and the southwestern U.S. This iconic landscape, characterized Continue reading “Borderlands Program”

Standing behind a fall tree trunk, a gray wolf looks toward the camera.

Mexican Wolf Campaign

Through science, advocacy, and on-the-ground partnerships, Wildlands Network is actively working to restore and protect imperiled Mexican gray wolves in the U.S. and Mexico, where they have faced a long history of persecution. Photo: Eric Kilby

Red Wolf Campaign

  Wildlands Network is merging science with activism to ensure that red wolves in the southeastern U.S. remain wild and free. Red wolves are among the most critically endangered mammals in the world. In fact, recent published estimates indicate that of the world’s remaining terrestrial top carnivore species, the red wolf has lost the greatest Continue reading “Red Wolf Campaign”

Wild Cats Campaign

  Cougars and jaguars help prevent ungulates (hoofed mammals) like deer, elk, and peccaries from over-browsing succulent vegetation that provides habitat for songbirds, salamanders, and other wildlife. Over the past 200 years, people have brutally eliminated these large wild cats and other apex predators from much of their native range in North America, diminishing our Continue reading “Wild Cats Campaign”