Goals – Wildlife Connectivity Project

What do we hope to achieve?

Through strategic partnerships with Local and Regional Governments, First Nations, Provincial and Federal Agencies and other organizations who share a mandate for biodiversity conservation, we aim to:

    • Identify the best available routes to maintain movement for wildlife and ecological processes through an integrated network of connectivity pathways that increase the prospects of habitat resilience for the broadest possible range of native species.

    • Identify opportunities to protect, enhance and restore habitat connectivity and incorporate existing protected areas and other effective area-based conservation measures.

Photo by Brian Aikens: A female Grizzly Bear (Ursus arctos horribilis) resting by the roadside in the Callaghan Valley.