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Colorado Gov. Ritter and New Mexico Gov. Richardson delivered an early holiday present this year – the new wildlife corridor initiative between southern Colorado and northern New Mexico. In the beginning of December, these two governors agreed to work together to identify and protect key wildlife travel and migration corridors across their shared border. The agreement sets out a plan to use the best scientific geospatial mapping systems available to help conserve several key habitats and migration areas.
Protecting wildlife corridors is clearly a gift to the elk, deer, pronghorn antelope and bighorn sheep that will now have safe travel routes. But wildlife corridors are also a gift to the people and future generations of our region.
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