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Report: many western species need room to roam

Pronghorns are among many western wildlife species that depend on migration routes to survive the four seasons.  (Wildlife Conservation Society)
Pronghorns are among many western wildlife species that depend on migration routes to survive the four seasons. (Wildlife Conservation Society)

WILDLIFE — A conservation group is putting a Spotlight on wildlife migrations.

Wildlife Conservation Society report tracks migration routes in the West

In its new report, “Spectacular Migrations in the Western U.S.,” (pdf) the Wildlife Conservation Society discusses the importance of maintaining ecologically intact corridors for migration.
—New York Times




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