Wildlife Conservation Corridors Pt. 2 (Oregon)

By Jason Beale

Oregon has the highest number of wildlife and vehicle collisions on the West Coast, but is working to address the issue with HB2834 “Wildife Conservation Corridors”, which passed in June 2019, with bi-partisan support.

For a quick primer on wildlife corridors, check out this 52 second video, from the Oregon Zoo.

This 1:05 video from the Center for Large Landscape Conservation discussing the importance of habitat connectivity.

Here are more details on the bill, from the Wildlands Network.

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