NWF poll finds support for protecting wildlife routes

A herd of bighorn sheep move through the Río Grande del Norte National Monument in New Mexico.
BLM Photo Courtesy of Steven W. Martin Photography

A recent poll conducted for the National Wildlife Federation found residents of Colorado and New Mexico supported protections of wildlife migration corridors. More than 84% of respondents said they would like to see increased efforts to safeguard wildlife corridors. Asked about specific proposals, over 73% supported every potential solution, including building overpasses on highways and preventing oil and gas development in known wildlife corridors.

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