Environment

Wildlife corridors from divide and conquer to connect and restore

Animals aren’t constrained by human notions of private land or the border lines we draw to separate ourselves from each other.

By David Suzuki

Robert Frost began his poem “Mending Wall” with the line, “Something there is that doesn’t love a wall.” He could have been speaking for wildlife. Walls and fences fragment their habitat, limit travel for food and mating, block migration routes and cause death...

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