Digests about corridors in management
Human-leopard conflict in Pakistan is fueled by human encroachment in corridors and the greater availability of livestock compared to natural prey.
Corridor creation by the group Borderlands Restoration leads to a "restoration economy" that helps both the land and the people living on it.
Since its detection in the late 1960s in Colorado, chronic wasting disease (CWD) has affected thousands of cervids in 20 U.S. states and 2 Canadian provinces, and was recently detected in Europe. Understanding exactly how [...]
Interstates, highways, roads - these all act as barriers to movement for plants and animals. Efforts to build underpasses and overpasses in places such as Banff National Park or the Netherlands wildlife have helped keep [...]
Usually success in conservation is measured quantitatively, in the number of species protected or the acreage of land preserved. But what about the underlying values and norms that influence how people determine success? Success in [...]
Wildlife crossings have benefited numerous species around the world, including in places such as Banff National Park and western Montana. Unfortunately, economic cost and regional politics often outweigh landscape connectivity needs when planning for highways, [...]
A recent study by the World Wildlife Fund has shown an increase in migratory monarch butterfly populations in the past year. The monarch famously migrates up to 3,000 miles from Canada and the United States [...]