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2020 Summer Newsletter

Press Release: IUCN Guidelines for Connectivity Conservation

Guidelines for protecting the interconnections of nature to enhance protected areas, conserve biodiversity, and increase resilience to climate change.

Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act Press Release

Landmark bipartisan legislation to protect wildlife corridors passes the U.S. House of Representatives

INVEST Act Press Release

INVEST Act Press Release issued by CLLC, Wildlands Network, and NPCA. 

COVID-19 Response

2020 Spring Newsletter

Learn about spring 2020 updates at the Center, including travel, community awards, policy wins, and more. 

Differences in Spatiotemporal Patterns of Vehicle Collisions with Wildlife and Livestock

Road ecology research has tended to focus on wildlife-vehicle collisions (WVCs) while omitting or failing to differentiate domestic (i.e., livestock) animal-vehicle collisions (DAVCs). Using a ten-year collision data set for Montana, we show that WVCs and DAVCs occur at different times of the day, during different seasons of the year, and in different locations at both coarse and fine spatial scales. Our results suggest that DAVCs warrant greater attention and may represent a high priority for management in some areas, potentially requiring different mitigation measures than WVCs. Please email Tyler Creech at for a copy. 

2019 Annual Report

Introducing: 2019 Annual Report

The Center is pleased to announce the release of our first-ever annual report. This report sheds light on our efforts and impact throughout 2019, including what we did, where we worked, and how we engaged. Inside, you’ll find numbers and highlights from our work over the past year, and stories we gathered along the way. Learn how we have continued dedicating ourselves to increased connectivity, and how we will keep fighting for a more connected landscape in a new decade. 

Thank you for joining us in this journey.

Incorporating wildlife connectivity into forest plan revision under the United States Forest Service’s 2012 planning rule

Pervasive human-driven decline of life on Earth points to the need for transformative change

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