Human actions set the future of wildlife in the Santa Monicas August 11, 2010 California

These mountains, which go from Los Angeles' Griffith Park to Newbury Park and ... Mountains and the Santa Susana Mountains and Los Padres National Forest...

A study that mapped the movement of wildlife between the Los Padres and Santa Monica mountain ranges illustrates the importance of wildlife corridors. The study, “South Coast Missing Linkages: A Linkage Design for the Santa Monica-Sierra Madre Connection,” provides a comprehensive report prepared by numerous scientists and involving more than 30 agencies and academic institutions, such as the National Park Service, the U.S. Forest Service, the California State Parks Department, and San Diego State University.

The Missing Linkages report can be found on this website:


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