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Migration Corridors

Migration Corridors
Migration corridors are routes followed by animals, birds, or fish when traveling between winter and summer habitats. Wildlife habitats and migration corridors are necessary to maintain flourishing wildlife populations. The Rio Grande migratory flyway is one example of a critical migration route that traverses New Mexico.
Recognizing the importance of these areas, New Mexico signed on to a Western Governors’ Association resolution to protect wildlife migration corridors and crucial wildlife habitat in the West.
An example of a local effort is the Galisteo Watershed Wildlife Corridor Initiative.
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