In his webinar from November 27, 2018, Dr. Ron Sutherland covers the plight of America’s most iconic species, the critically endangered red wolf. Learn about how Wildlands Network uses science-based advocacy to protect the last remaining wild red wolves, plagued by federal mismanagement, in North Carolina.
We presented the webinar on October 17, 2018 about the evolution and importance of the Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act. Susan Holmes, Wildlands Network’s Policy Director, discusses the growing movement for wildlife corridors around the country, how we are building bi-partisan support, and how the bill will address protections for native species and their habitat, promote wildlife corridors, and mitigate wildlife-vehicle collisions.
Exhortación del Congreso del Estado de Sonora para la Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes para construir pasos de fauna.
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.
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.
We presented the webinar on August 22, 2018 about how differences in Mexico’s culture, laws, and land tenure present unique challenges and opportunities to large scale conservation efforts, and how we’re making progress in the borderlands region. Juan Carlos Bravo, Wildlands Network’s Director of the Mexico Program, discusses our exciting road ecology work to make Mexico’s Highway 2 more permeable to wildlife, community-based carnivore-friendly ranching models in northern Mexico, our efforts to save thick-billed parrots and jaguars, and our citizen science initiative introducing urban populations to wildlife for the very first time.
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.
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.
In this essay, originally published in an anthology titled “Writing for Animals” (Ashland Creek Press, 2018), author Paula MacKay explores how writers can use their craft to cultivate empathy for wild predators and promote compassion on their behalf. She examines how several notable authors employ literary devices to make scientific knowledge about predators more palatable and persuasive to readers.
Finalized in July 2018 but not released until April 2019, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service’s new Jaguar Recovery Plan reaffirms Wildlands Network’s key strategies for protecting and enhancing jaguar populations in Mexico and the U.S., while also demonstrating the need for continued robust advocacy with government officials to improve and strengthen the official recovery programs. The recovery plan details the necessity for stronger habitat connectivity through the usage of wildlife crossings and identifying new key habitat areas were jaguars can successfully be reintroduced.
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We presented the webinar on July 25, 2018 about Wildlands Network’s elk and road ecology project. Ron Sutherland, Wildlands Network’s Conservation Scientist, and Emily Blanchard, Wildlands Network’s Wildlife Conservationist, discuss the wildlife bridge monitoring study in Durham and the elk collaring study.
We presented the webinar on June 21, 2018 about Mexican wolf recovery and protection efforts. Kim Crumbo, Wildlands Network’s Western Conservation Director, discusses the history of Mexican wolf recovery, connectivity, and the 2017 USFWS recovery plan.
The Western Wildway Newsletter collects some of the news and accomplishments from our partners around the Wildway. This edition from June 2018 includes stories about threats facing California condor, Rocky Mountain Wild’s I-70 audio tour, and the protection of Iconic Castles Park in Alberta.
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.