Indentifying and Protecting Wildlife Corridors

Come see the Black Bear program at Cerrillos Hills State Park this Saturday, link here: The Bear Facts | Cerrillos Hills.

A Black Bear cub was seen several times in Cerrillos last summer/fall, and the island Ortiz Mts. attract these bears with their forests of Gambel Oak acorns as well, so there are pathways bears use between the big mountain ranges of Sandia, Jemez, and Sangre de Cristo.  Its just that people don’t expect to see bears away from the big mountains, but they do travel, far and wide, and every time people seem amazed, as if we’re the only ones who need to get someplace.

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