habitat corridors

A Sonoma County Treasure Lost?

From one of our favorite environmentalists in Sonoma County, Moira Sullivan who is working to save Petaluma wetlands for future generations. See previous post and the website: Petaluma Alert: Sid Commons development http://takeactionpetaluma.com/action/ Click on link to take action This is Audubon’s North American Grasslands and Bird Report. It shows that,” Formerly comprised of a wide […]

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Center for Biological Diversity: NO BORDER WALL

“Now Donald Trump wants a wall across the entire 2,000-mile border. Trump’s wall would harm border communities, perpetuate human suffering, destroy thousands of acres of habitat and halt the cross-border migration of dozens of animal species. In fact, as revealed in the Center’s 2017 report A Wall in the Wild, 93 threatened, endangered and candidate

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In Napa Valley, Vineyards and Conservationists Battle for the Hills

http://e360.yale.edu/features/in-napa-valley-vineyards-take-a-bigger-bite-out-of-forests-and-biodiversity The steady expansion of vineyards in California’s premier wine-growing region is moving uphill into oak and other woodlands and is adversely affecting fish and wildlife. Other wine areas, from Oregon’s Willamette Valley to Mendoza in Argentina, are facing similar issues. By Alastair Bland • May 11, 2017 Kellie Anderson stands in the understory of a century-old forest

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