Migration Corridors: Connecting Wildlife and People of New Mexico
Big game must be able to move freely across the landscape at key times of the year to access nutritious food. New Mexico is in the early stages of mapping big game migration corridors between critical seasonal habitats with the most up-to-date GPS technology. In this film, scientists, sportsmen and women explain how migration route research will help guide policymakers as they make decisions about how to manage wildlife and human development.
Producer: Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership
Duration: 8 mins