Visit the Y2Y (Yellowstone to Yukon) website and sign the Canadian petition to protect wildlife corridors:
Read the Defenders of Wildlife post here:
A thoughtful commentary by someone who is walking along with the talking.
Read Judy’s latest post here:
Already she is out exploring the bird life in this newly declared National Monument, Thanks Judy!
Follow this link to the Grand Canyon Wildlands Council’s U-tube video of John Davis on the first leg of Trek West, a nine month journey from Mexico to Canada:
Sign the petition here to say “YES” to wildlife corridors!
Thanks, and pass it on!
The above link is to an article in the NWF newsletter archives that highlights the dramatic interactions we sometimes have with large, wild carnivores who come to our yard. As dramatic as these events can be, usually there is no reason to “call the cops”, which can prove fatal to the animal. People have been living with large, carnivorous animals for a very long time, and at this point in history, the animals are the ones who need a break. So follow the guidelines in this article to continue to have these magnificent animals living safely in our wild neighborhoods.
Today we’re doing a presentation of our current projects, past achievements and future plans, and since its such a nice day, we’ll spend some time outside with the local wildlife tracks of coyote, cottontail rabbit, bobcat and deer.
See the flyer here for details:
John Davis crosses the US/Mexico border, while highlighting the difficulty animals face to do the same.
Return of the Wild: Will Humans Make Way for the Greatest Conservation Experiment in Centuries? | Common Dreams
See this article at “Common Dreams” for an overview and some pre-history of the TrekWest endeavor now underway by action hero John Davis.