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Wild Linkages Binational Partnership

Wildlands Network initiated and coordinates the Wild Linkages Binational Partnership—a collaboration of conservation groups, government agencies, and citizens who promote habitat connectivity for wildlife in the borderlands region of Sonora and Arizona. Our current focus is Mexico’s Highway 2, whose expansion threatens to sever connectivity for jaguars, black bears, and Mexican wolves in northeastern Sonora. Partners include:

Arizona Center for Nature Conservation -The Phoenix Zoo
Center for Large Landscape Conservation
Coalition for the Sonoran Desert Protection
Comisión Nacional de Áreas Naturales Protegidas
Conservation Science Partners
Cuenca Los Ojos
Defensa Ambiental del Noroeste
Friends of the Sonoran Desert
Northern Jaguar Project
Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes
Sierra Club-Grand Canyon Chapter
Sky Island Alliance
Rancho El Aribabi
USFWS Arizona Ecological Services Office & Wildlife Without Borders Program
USGS-Western Geographic Science Center
Wild Cat Research and Conservation Center-University of Arizona

For further information, contact Juan Carlos Bravo, Director of the Mexico Program, at