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Man with backpack hikes up a snowy mountainside with tall green trees and a mountain peak visible behind him.

Born to Rewild

In 2013, wildways trekker John Davis undertook a 5,000-mile, person-powered journey from Mexico to Canada to ground-truth the Western Wildway. During his TrekWest campaign, John observed wildlife in their natural habitats, studying how they moved and lived as part of the landscape. He made special note of areas where wildlife corridors could be most useful. Continue reading “Born to Rewild”

A map of the eastern North America showing Eastern Wildway in yellow.

Eastern Wildway

Once as wild as anywhere on Earth, Eastern North America is now a patchwork of protected lands sown into a human-dominated landscape. Conservationists have long dreamed of restoring a vast network of wildlands in this region, from the Acadian forests of Maritime Canada to the subtropical Everglades of Florida.

Map of North America with location dots and group names

Western Wildway

In western North America, Wildlands Network envisions the world’s most extensive network of protected, connected lands: the 6,000-mile Western Wildway. Achieving this grand vision will require coordinated conservation across international borders to the north and the south.

A snowy mountain rises above a lake and is reflected in the water below. Rocky outcrops jut into the water in the foreground.

Pacific Wildway

From Baja California, Mexico north to Alaska’s Prince William Sound extends one of the longest and wildest chains of mountain ranges in the world. This largely unbroken chain is draped with a rich diversity of vegetation and roamed by some of the most charismatic wildlife inhabiting North America. In northern British Columbia, the Rocky Mountains and Continue reading “Pacific Wildway”