Indentifying and Protecting Wildlife Corridors

Posts tagged ‘wildlife murals’

June 2013 edition of the “Green Fire Times”

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June 2013.

to read the June edition of the “Green Fire Times” online. The whole issue is dedicated to wildlife connectivity with the land in the state of NM, and the cover is pretty nice too!

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!