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Wildlife Movement Study

2008-2010

Wildlife corridors and you – meeting the needs of wildlife and people.  How does it benefit humans to allow predators and prey to move through natural routes?  Who’s already in our backyard?  The Wildlife Movement Study is a look at how expanding urban areas can save natural green spaces for wildlife movement.

The 2010 Wildlife Corridor Study Slideshow outlines the results of the Wildlife Corridor Study. It highlights maps of wildlife corridors around the ASCCA, and includes images of wildlife.

The Landscape Connectivity Final Report (low resolution) details the findings of the Wildlife Corridor Study in a formal report.  High-resolution copies can be purchased at the ASCCA (in Belvedere House) for $30.  See our merchandise page for details.

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area wildlife + plants

Canada Thistle
Cirsium arvense
Alternate, oblong leaves that have spiny lobes (prickles) all along the outside.  Purple or pink flowers that may be spiny at the top.  Look like pink furry balls on the top of the plant.
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