Indentifying and Protecting Wildlife Corridors

Contact Us/Donate

PATHWAYS: WILDLIFE CORRIDORS OF NM
is a New Mexico 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. Our Federal Tax I.D. number (EIN) is 27-1616682.


Click here to Donate to Pathways via PayPal

Contacts
Pathways-Wildlife Corridors of New Mexico
pathwayswc@yahoo.com

Or: 4winged@gmail.com (Peter Callen): Citizen Scientist wildlife tracking/monitoring project.
Or: laura@laurarobbinsmosaics.com for the Community Mosaic Mural project.

Mailing address:
Pathways: Wildlife Corridors of NM
P.O. Box 305 Placitas, NM 87043

on the web at: pathwayswc.wordpress.com

Pathways has an open meeting for the public every 4th Tues. of the month at 6:30 pm. It is located at the Placitas Community Center on #41 Camino de las Huertas, just north of the historic village of Placitas, NM.

Comments on: "Contact Us/Donate" (6)

  1. alexanna hope said:

    please add me to your list for newsletter or planned meetings in galisteo to monitor the corridor..
    many thanks

  2. In recognition of my one-year anniversary of blogging, I am donating one dollar to wildlife corridors in NM and TX for each comment made on my post, “2010 Prairie Sagebrush Award for Writing and Photography.” Your work on corridors along I-25 are my first choices. Won’t be much, but it’s the thought that counts — in part.

  3. I am ready to send a few dollars to your wildlife corridor association in New Mexico. Can you please send me the association’s name and address so that I can send you a check?

    My e-mail: matthewsranch@msn.com

    Thanks,

    Jack Matthews of Sage to Meadow Blog

  4. Were you a part of the “elk fencing” along I-40 East? Awesome work, if so! Please let me know about future monitoring workshops. Thanks.

    • Hi Cynthia, thanks for asking, but no, that was the work of Tijeras Cyn. Safe Passages Coalition (see Blogroll), and many others. We are working on the north end of the Sandia Mts., identifying and protecting the wildlife connectivity between Sandia Mt. and the Jemez Mts., and between Sandia Mt. and the Sangre de Cristo Mts. I’ll put you on our potential volunteer contact list and let you know when we host our next Tracker/Monitor training, or other Pathways workshops/hikes.

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