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Definition of Wildlife Corridor

Definition of Wildlife Corridor

Bird migrations, deer movement, and even raccoons passing along the creek steep banks define natural WILDLIFE CORRIDORS all around—and above us. Man made infrastructure has interrupted these natural migration paths, separating animals from food and habitat. Wildlife corridors are being built over freeways and through property lines to create a necessary, uninterrupted path for wildlife.

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