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Mission Statement: TCSPC is a group of organizations, agencies, and individuals working
to provide safe crossings for wildlife and safer travel for people through Tijeras Canyon.


Tijeras Canyon Safe Passage Coalition:  Information Resources on the Internet
(Press Control and Click to activate website or download document)


Tijeras Canyon Safe Passage Feasibility Study, Marron and Associates 2/24

New Mexico Wildlife Accidents (Information and Reporting an accident) 2/24

Safe Passage Crossing Recommendations for Carnivores (pdf) ; by Bill Ruediger, Wildlife Crossing Biologist 12/05

West Tijeras/Carnuel Master Planning: Participate to Help Safe Passages in Tijeras Canyon

TCSPC and NM Department of Transportation work together for safer travel through Tijeras Canyon
- Final DOT comments (pdf)
- Public meeting notes (pdf)

Rockies Wildlife Crossing Field Course Proceedings Now Available Online 8/5

WILDLIFE ON TRACK IN TRANSPORTATION BILL 8/5

TCSPC signs on to letter in support of TEA-21, 6/8

I-90 Wildlife Bridges Coalition

New Mexico Wildlife Accidents (Information and Reporting an accident) 2/24

Rockies Wildlife Crossing Field Course Proceedings on the Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE) website

NM Game and Fish – Critical Mass: Solutions for Reconnection Wildlife and Habitats Across Highways

Wild Friends – UNM Center for Wildlife Law

Defenders of Wildlife Habitat and Highways Campaign

Seeking Solutions to Wildlife/Highway Conflicts Using An Advocacy-Based Approach

Second Nature: Improving Transportation Without Putting Nature Second

The Humane Society – United States   and their  Wildlife Crossings Page

Wildlife Crossings Toolkit

Road Ecology: Science and Solutions  (Richard T. T. Forman, Daniel Sperling, et al)

Road Ecology Center

AASHTO Center for Environmental Excellence.

Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE)

Federal Highway Administration: Easy Ways to Help Wildlife Along Roads

Federal Highway Administration: Doing the Right Thing: Improving Transportation and Enhancing EcosystemsSurface Transportation Policy Project

Transportation and Land Use Coalition (TALC)

Western Transportation Institute, Montana State University-Bozeman

Converge: Where Transporation and the Environment Meet

Banff National Park of Canada Trans Candada Highway Mitigation/Research

Arizona Game and Fish State Highway 260 Project/Research

Montana US 93 Highway Project/Research

New Mexico Highlands Wildlands Network Conservation Vision 

*PDF  You will need Adobe Acrobat to view this document. **Very large files, not recommended for slow dial-up connections.(Section especially pertinent to TCSPC:  pp. 187-197)
Zipped version (31,500 KB) or Unzipped (37,000 KB)


Wildlands Project

(Sandia/Manzano Linkage)

South Coast Wildlands Project

Southern Rockies Ecosystem Project

 

Links:

Animal Protection of New Mexico (APNM)

Wildfriends


> Also see: member groups and websites

Resources:

Tijeras Canyon: Hope for an Endangered Wildlife Linkage
PowerPoint presentation by Matthew J. Clark (NOTE: Large file: 25MB PPT file)

NM Game and Fish (CRITICAL MASS: SOLUTIONS FOR RECONNECTING WILDLIFE & HABITATS ACROSS HIGHWAYS)

LITERATURE REVIEW PAPER: WILDLIFE CORRIDOR ASSESSMENT PROJECT
Available in: PDF

Natural History Characteristics of Focal Species in the New Mexico Highlands Wildlands Network
Available in: PDF

HABITAT FRAGMENTATION AND THE EFFECTS OF ROADS ON WILDLIFE AND HABITATS
Available in: PDF | Word

For NM wildlife info, visit Biota Information System of New Mexico (BISON-M):

Species Accounts: http://fwie.fw.vt.edu/states/nm.htm

Searches: http://nmnhp.unm.edu/bisonm/bisonquery.php

Habitat Handbook Project Guidelines

New Mexico Wildlife of Concern by Counties List (PDF)

 

 


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