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A Look Beyond: Wolves, Freedom and the Landscape
International Wolf
  • David Johns, Portland State University
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  • Conservation of natural resources,
  • Conservation,
  • Wolves -- North America
The article focuses on the wolves and the need for conservation plans including a wildlife corridor that runs from the Sierra Madre Occidental in Sonora, Mexico, north along the Rocky Mountains to the Yellowstone ecosystem and on to the Canadian Yukon. A broad coalition is working to protect and restore the health of the land, water and wolves in this 4,000-mile-long international passage, often referred to as the ?Spine of the Continent.?

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Johns, David. (2006) A look beyond: wolves, freedom and the landscape. International Wolf. 24 Winter.