Indentifying and Protecting Wildlife Corridors

2017 Bear Fair, Sept. 24th

Welcome to another “Bear Fair” sponsored by the Sandia Mt. Bear Collaborative. Starts at 1 PM.Black Bear
Prizes! Fun for the whole family! See you there!

See the PDF version of the flyer here:  finalBear Fair Flyer 2017


When doing monitoring or restoration work in NM it is helpful, necessary even, to recognize the impacts or wounds to the land, the plants and animals and the native people. These wounds are multiple, interact with one another, and sometimes are deeply buried, hidden from view.

Here are some of the more general ones: NM Wounds- impacts   compared with a time before the “Anthropocene”, along with some commentary on the importance of keeping an open mind to the possibility of seeing more ~ history, and potential for the future.

What a trip!

See the flyer for the movie showtimes here: 4th tabling flyer

and contact Jan-Willem if you would like to have a informative table at either of the movie venues.




Center for Biological Diversity: EPA Action Would Weaken Protections for Vernal Pools, Prairie Potholes, and New Mexico wetlands!

Source: EPA Moves to Repeal 2015 Clean Water Rule


This piece in Verde Independent highlights the emotional undertone of Born to Rewild, which, while telling the story of John Davis’ 5,000-mile trek from Mexico to Canada, serves as a tribute to filmmaker Ed George’s love of the wild. Photo: Kristen M. Caldon

Source: Born to Rewild: The Perfect Emotional Sendoff to 23rd Sedona Film Festival – Wildlands Network


Pathways has recently added some of our wildlife camera photos and video to this project:

Source: Pathways: Wildlife Corridors of NM | WON

Please visit to see some of the wildlife represented on the north end of Sandia Mt.


Albuquerque BioPark has installed a wildlife camera in the Sandia Mountains to track wildlife, as part of their mission to be an environmental steward. Pathways volunteers went along to help. Listen to the story broadcast on KSFR (Santa Fe Public Radio) here:

Source: ABQ BioPark Is Monitoring Sandia Wildlife | KSFR