Connectivity, one of the critical concepts of wildlife and landscape scale protection, is a key part of conservation efforts – to ensure that protected areas, and the species within, are also able to travel from protected areas to areas beyond. Y2Y, a conservation initiative seeking to expand connectivity from the Yellowstone to the Yukon, exemplifies this concept through its work on grizzly bears and many other species. Y2Y recently discussed a new film on PBS’ Nova program that further explores connectivity and wildlife corridors. Definitely worth your time to read about the initiative and watch the film!
Yellowstone to Yukon (Y2Y) Features Wildways: Corridors of Life film on PBS’ Nova