Inside the Ejido Tutuaca in Chihuahua, Mexico, a parcel of land known as La Cebadilla is the largest known nesting site of thick-billed parrots. The following report details habitat protections underway to protect this area.
A recent Tulchin Study reveals a broad-based national consensus on the Endangered Species Act, with nine in ten voters (90%) backing the law and with support extending across the country, across all demographic groups, and across the political spectrum.
In partnership with collaborators at NC State University and other institutions, we modeled connectivity for three species of wildlife that inhabit bottomland hardwood forests (black bear, Rafinesque's big-eared bat and timber rattlesnake). The models were completed across the entire southeastern U.S. (Texas to Florida to West Virginia).
This final report for the South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative summarizes the results of a three-year investigation of terrestrial habitat connectivity priorities for the area. The project focuses on seven target species (eastern cougar, red wolf, eastern diamondback rattlesnake, timber rattlesnake, box turtle, pine snake and black bear).