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Wildlife Connectivity in a Changing World


A grove of large cottonwood trees stands along the edge of a green field, with mountains in the background.
Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Prese The Conservancy’s Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Preserve in southern Arizona has some of the oldest and tallest Fremont cottonwood trees in the Southwest. © Tana Kappel/TNC


As our world warms in response to climate change, wildlife such as bighorn sheep, black bear, bobcat and coati may be seeking habitats more suitable to their needs. But what if their routes are blocked by highways, developments, fences or other impediments? Join us online for Field Notes Live as we discuss ways The Nature Conservancy and its partners are working to improve and protect “nature’s highways” for the amazing wildlife of the Southwest. 

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Charles Hofer, Statewide Wildlife Action Plan Coordinator, Arizona Game and Fish

Bob Rogers, Stewardship Director, The Nature Conservancy in Arizona

Damian Rawoot, Land and Water Protection Manager, The Nature Conservancy in Arizona

Jody Norris, Director of Land and Water Protection, The Nature Conservancy in Arizona

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