WilDLIFE HABITAT LINKAGE ASSESSMENTS

Volunteers from Flanders Nature Center Identifying Linkages

Help us identify priority areas for conservation by assessing a linkage near you! We are looking at pinch-points where wildlife movement becomes funneled within linkages. As climate change escalates, pinch-points are areas that, if further developed, could disproportionately restrict movement.

We aim to maintain habitat connectivity through strategic conservation. Wildlife relies on connected landscapes to migrate seasonally, maintain genetic flow, respond to climate change, and access food, water, and shelter.