Learn about the Hsi Lai Temple project, the Liberty Canyon bridge and other wildlife corridors, and how to avoid social trails to keep our natural lands in great shape. Read the July E-Newsletter.
Connecting our landscapes together is important for many reasons–none the least of which is animal-vehicle collisions. More than one million collisions occur annually. Transportation planners are doing a better job planning for creative land bridges or underpasses designed specifically for … Read More
When conservation biology came out as an emerging science, we realized we needed to connect our landscapes together. Hence the name the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor. To make those connects agencies need to take new approaches to keep connections intact. … Read More
Cougars in the Santa Ana Mountains may be in trouble if the connections to the Eastern Peninsular Range across the 15 isn’t secured (and soon!). Connecting our landscapes together means the top predator can survive… but at the 15 Freeway … Read More
The Transportation Corridor Agency is installing wildlife fencing on the 241 North to reduce car collisions with animals. The targeted animals are deer, coyotes, bobcats and cougars. To monitor their work there are multiple wildlife cameras both at jump offs, … Read More