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Eastern Wildway Highlights September 2018

The Eastern Wildway Highlights Newsletter collects some of the news and accomplishments from our partners around the Wildway. This edition from September 2018 includes stories about the USFWS plan to reduce the recovery area for red wolves, the growing movement to expand and protect the Florida Wildlife Corridor, and the halted construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline.

Western Wildway Newsletter August 2018

The Western Wildway Newsletter collects some of the news and accomplishments from our partners around the Wildway. This edition from August 2018 includes stories about the Forest Service’s intention of giving the Village at Wolf Creek road access, The Wilderness Society’s work to secure the Land and Water Conservation Fund, and the reintroduction of the Wildlife Corridor Conservation Act in Congress.

Wildlands Connection: Summer 2018

In this issue, we discuss the proposed USFWS red wolf plan, which would allow hunters to shoot any wolves who wander outside the newly reduced recovery area. You can also learn about our new Half-East Map, used for reconnecting, restoring, and rewilding the Eastern Wildway. Finally, you can watch a video documenting the last three years of red wolves and deer at Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge.

Pacific Wildway Highlights August 2018

The Pacific Wildway Highlights Newsletter collects some of the news and accomplishments from our partners around the Wildway. This edition from August 2018 includes stories about Wildlands Network’s Pacific Northwest mapping project, Wildlands Network’s presentation at the National Caucus of Environmental Legislators, and Cascade Forest Conservancy’s beaver reintroduction project.

Western Wildway Highlights June 2018

The Western Wildway Highlights Newsletter collects some of the news and accomplishments from our partners around the Wildway. This edition from June 2018 includes stories about the importance of public lands for Mexican wolf recovery, the launch of Rocky Mountain Wild’s I-70 audio tour, and the protection of Iconic Castle Parks in Alberta.

Wildlands Connection: Spring 2018

In this issue, we introduce our newly-launched Pacific Wildway, which aims to reconnect, restore and rewild the landscape from British Columbia to Baja California. We also discuss the successful Border BioBlitz, when volunteers logged more than 2,200 observations of 800 different species across the U.S.-Mexico border. Finally, you’ll also learn about our new elk collaring project in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Eastern Wildway Newsletter May 2018

The Eastern Wildway Newsletter collects some of the news and accomplishments from our partners around the Wildway. This edition from May 2018 includes stories about the cost of protecting the remaining caribou in Quebec, the protection of a piece of the Shawangunk Ridge, and the five year review of the Red Wolf Recovery Program.

Eastern Wildway Highlights May 2018

The Eastern Wildway Highlights Newsletter collects some of the news and accomplishments from our partners around the Wildway. This edition from May 2018 includes stories about elk collaring in Great Smokey Mountains National Park, stopping the construction of pipelines, and galvanizing support for local wildlife corridors through storytelling.

Wildlands Connection: Winter 2018

In this issue, we discuss “Four Species on the Brink,” a scientific report our borderlands team released to give influential decision-makers accurate information. We also recount a successful Half-Earth Day event co-hosted by Wildlands Network, share news about the Eastern Wildway, and explore Wildlands Network’s response to the deeply flawed Mexican Wolf Recovery Plan.

Western Wildway Newsletter December 2017

The Western Wildway Newsletter collects some of the news and accomplishments from our partners around the Wildway. This edition from December 2017 includes stories about the victory at Wolf Creek Pass, the victories of Western Environmental Law Center, and the successes of the partnership between Yellowstone to Unitas Connection, BLM and Forest Service.