TCSPC Featured in Christian Science Monitor: In New Mexico canyon, a novel way to prevent roadkill December 9, 2008
Albuquerque City Council Approves Tijeras Wildlife Corridor Purchase; Albuquerque Tribune, November 7, 2006
City May Provide Wildlife Corridor; Albuquerque Tribune, October 30, 2006
We Should Take this Chance to Help Animals; Albuquerque Tribune, October 30, 2006
Tijeras Canyon Safe Passage Land Proposed for Purchase; City of Albuquerque Website, September 19, 2006; Albuquerque Journal, September 19, 2006
View at Tres Pistoles is Worth Holding Onto; Albuquerque Journal, September 19, 2006
Black bear killed on I-40 near Tijeras
Albuquerque Journal, May 11, 2006
New Mexico Wildlife Society Awards DOT Engineers 2/24
Mayor Approves Tijeras Canyon Wildlife Passage Purchase! Purchase of critical 67-acre parcel in Tijeras Canyon has been approved by Albuquerque mayor Marty Chavez! Click here for story.
Fall 2006 Workdays a Success! Dozens of volunteers put their sweat where their mouths were and helped clear wildlife passageways beneath I-40 underpasses. Click here for story and photo.
Wildlife Tracking in Tijeras - Over the past year several volunteers and New Mexico Game & Fish personnel have been documenting wildlife tracks beneath the I-40 underpasses. Click here for story and photo.
Quick Links on the Safe Passage Coalition:
Fact Sheet.pdf | Statement.pdf
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