Latest Habitat corridor Stories
Heading for a summer picnic or hike, or just out to mow your lawn? In the U.S. Southeast and beyond, you might want to watch where you walk.
When a group of ecologists set out to see how wind moves seeds through isolated patches of habitat, they twisted colored yarn to create mock seeds that would drift with the wind much like native seeds.
New strategy for protecting core breeding sites, developing forest corridors and providing benefits to local communities.
U.S. scientists say people trying to help nature by designing wildlife corridors need to think more naturally and avoid regular, symmetrical structures.
By Michelle Dynes By Michelle Dynes firstname.lastname@example.org JACKSON HOLE - Not every boundary is easy to identify. Elk and pronghorn antelope do not recognize county or state lines as herds move from winter to summer territories, but survival is dependent on the ability to migrate.
A study by a North Carolina State University zoologist and colleagues from the University of Florida and Allegheny College says that landscape corridors â€“ strips of land connecting separated areas of similar habitat â€“ are effective in promoting animal and plant seed movement to help sustain diversity and dispersal of native animals and plants.
- A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
- One of the upright handlebars on a traditional Inuit sled.