Urge your Senators to cosponsor and pass the Tribal Wildlife Corridors Act.

Bull elk grazing in Mammoth Hot Springs

Tribal nations manage vital habitat for hundreds of wildlife species, most of which have to move considerable distances to meet their daily and seasonal needs. Habitat loss and degradation coupled with fragmentation from man-made barriers has made it harder for species to complete these migrations.

The Tribal Wildlife Corridors Act invests in the work Tribal nations are doing to reconnect and restore the habitats wildlife rely on for their survival.

Congress should support Tribal nations working to conserve and restore fragmented migration habitats on Tribal lands and waters.

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