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Yellowstone to Uintas Connection - Wildlife Migration Corridors

Presented by Wasatch Packtivists at Salt Lake City Public Library Main Branch, Salt Lake City UT

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May 11 2017
Yellowstone to Uintas Connection - Wildlife Migration Corridors

Conserving wildlife migration corridors connecting the Yellowstone ecosystem to the Uinta Mountains.

Library Room B downstairs. Wasatch Packtivists hosts a presentation from Yellowstone to Uintas Connection, a nonprofit conservation group working to protect and restore the unique and irreplaceable wildlife corridor in Idaho, Utah and Wyoming that connects the Yellowstone Ecosystem to the Uinta Wilderness and Southern Rockies. Our underfunded and understaffed public land management agencies, the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and State agencies are not restoring these degraded

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ADMISSION INFO

Free Admission

Contact: 801-363-0898

Email: bbrister@q.com

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Discussion of wildlife corridors and imperiled species conservation after the presentation.

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LOCATION

Salt Lake City Public Library Main Branch

210 East 400 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

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  1. While working on the Corridors of Life program with American Wildlands in Bozemean I became aware that there are few lightly roaded potential montane wildlife corridors that might connect the northern rockies habitat with the central and southern rockies. The Caribou National Forest looks like the best bet but for the development of a new minine. While traveling the thoroughly roaded high

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  2. Now on to what I consider the most important wildlife issue for the upper valley.

    I consider the migration corridor for some 2,000 elk that lies between southeastern Yellowstone/Thouroughfare, through the Dunior WSA, along the southern slopes of the Ramshorn to the Spring Mountain Game and Fish winter range to be one of the greatest assets in the Upper Wind River Valley. On April 19th, at the

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