The Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act

The Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act (H.R. 2795 and S. 1499) would connect fragmented habitat, including forestlands, by creating natural corridors between protected core areas, with buffers around the corridors and cores.

The corridors legislation allows animals and plants to move with relative freedom and safety between core areas in search of food, water and mates. This helps keep wildlife populations healthy and genetically robust.

The nascent corridors legislation won't survive past the current lame duck Congress; but it certainly will be reintroduced in the new Congress, where it can take up where it left off. We built much awareness and support for it in '20.

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