Collaboratively Connecting & Restoring Wildlife Migrations & Movements in National Parks

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Increasing wildlife habitat connectivity by conserving and restoring wildlife migration and movement pathways is a critical tool to combat the dual biodiversity and climate crises. In national park landscapes across the country, locally-driven collaborative conservation efforts are underway uniting state and federal land managers, Tribal Nations, private landowners, conservation organizations, and community members around a shared goal of conserving and restoring wildlife movement and migrations.

Last updated: February 4, 2022