Connectivity - A Global Imperative by Harvey Locke


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Harvey Locke, Vice President for Conservation Strategy with The WILD Foundation and Strategic Adviser for the Yellowstone to Yukon Initiative, chaired and spoke during the Wednesday (11 November) WILD9 plenary session on Global Connectivity.

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Connectivity - A Global Imperative by Harvey Locke

  1. 1. Large landscape and connectivity conservation: a global imperative Harvey Locke
  2. 5. Courtesy Dr Jim Butler
  3. 9. Species are being lost in Small Protected Areas: e.g. Changes in Amphibian species richness in Pt. Pelee similar results for reptiles - 11 of 21 species Species Historical 1972 survey 1994 survey Mudpuppy x ? ? Tiger salamander x gone gone American toad x x x Fowlers toad x gone gone Blanchard’s frog x x gone Spring peeper x x x Western chorus frog ? x x Gray treefrog x gone gone Bullfrog x x gone Green frog x x x Leopard frog x x x Totals 11 7 5 Courtesy S. Woodley, Parks Canada, 2008
  4. 10. Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative and Connectivity Conservation
  5. 14. But it must work for females and cubs Joe Riis ILCP
  6. 20. 1906 2007 1906 1906 2007 Will Roush
  7. 23. <ul><li>Merida Message </li></ul>