Indentifying and Protecting Wildlife Corridors

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Thank You!

Thank you everyone for your renewed memberships and donations to Pathways!

If you would still like to be a supporting member of Pathways or make a donation, you can via PayPal on our website:Contact Us/Donate | Pathways: Wildlife Corridors of New Mexico or by sending a check to:

P.O. Box 305
Placitas, NM 87043

What we do for wildlife:

1. We gather scientifically valid, research grade data on our local animals to help validate and document their existence. We focus on the larger animals; black bears, mule deer, mountain lions, elk, pronghorn, and bobcats, but we gather information and document the little guys too, as well as birds, insects, and reptiles.

2. We help people live with, rather than kill, their wild neighbors. We give talks, write articles, respond to emailed questions, host a website, and train volunteers in wildlife track and sign identification.

How you can help us, and our wild relatives:

1. Renew your membership/make a donation! It really does help us!

2. Send us your animal stories/sightings, this really helps them! You can send to me at or directly to: · Pathways

3. Drive slowly in Placitas! and watch out for your wild neighbors.

Thank You! from all of us at Pathways: Wildlife Corridors of NM

March 30th, Installation Day

The last panel in the series of community wildlife murals was installed on March 30th, the product of many hearts and hands throughout the area.  Image

This panel depicts a “bosque” scene along the Rio Grande, with Sandhill Cranes, a beaver, a bobcat, and many other creatures found along the river.  Congratulations on this all-volunteer effort to bring awareness of the animals who live here to the human community.  This completes a five year long project, way to go Pathways!