Here we talk about how wildlife moves through the landscape and how wildlife corridors might be the best chance to preserve the different members of ecosystems with Dr. Paul Beier a professor in the School of Forestry from Northern Arizona University. As a conservation biologist Dr. Beier studies wildlife corridors, protected areas that allow wildlife to move from one natural area to another without being stopped by human made barriers. These corridors are important not just for allowing the movement and exchange of genetic material, but also for maintaining the integrity and functions of whole ecosystems</span

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