Pathways: Wildlife Corridors of New Mexico
To identify and protect the state's wildlife corridors, which will maintain and improve the health of New Mexico's mountains.
Community Mosaic Mural: "Protect Our Wildlife Corridors". This hands-on community art project has been successfully engaging schoolchildren and adults alike for the past years in a process which teaches local ecology and animal habitat needs while providing a lasting touchstone (a 70' long mosaic wall) visible to the entire community.
"Citizen Scientist" wildlife track and sign monitoring project: This program includes community volunteers who are trained as "citizen scientists" who gather scientifically valid data about wildlife connectivity in New Mexico. This program has been running for years and has trained dozens of volunteers who have gathered 12 months worth of valid data.
Wildlife History: This is a video interview program which records historical accounts of wildlife throughout the state from community elders. This program is currently under development. Pathways also gives educational presentations and workshops on wildlife connectivity and how people can live with wildlife to other community groups and organizations throughout the state.