Thu, Jun 24|
Professional Speaker Series - Tanya Diamond
Tanya Diamond from Pathways for Wildlife discusses Wildlife and Habitat Linkages
Time & Location
Jun 24, 2021, 7:00 PM
About The Event
The Wildlife Society's SF Bay Area Chapter first speaker of their Professional Speaker Series occurred on June 24, 2021. If you missed the event, you can watch a recording of the event here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-cyJ4_difLCDlEttzMnhfmhx3vyGTdvs/view?usp=sharing
Additional info on Pathways for Wildlife:
Pathways for Wildlife is a research organization developed by Wildlife Ecologist Tanya Diamond, and Wildlife Researcher Ahíga Snyder. Pathways for Wildlife works with land trusts, conservation organizations, and transportation agencies, to help identify important wildlife and habitat linkages for land conservation efforts by conducting wildlife connectivity surveys and implementing connectivity designs for wildlife movement within a landscape. Data collection used to develop wildlife connectivity plans include; data from field cameras, roadkill surveys, tracking data, GIS habitat suitability modeling and linkage analyses.
Several projects have resulted in significant funding for land conservation to protect wildlife linkages that animals have been documented using to travel through in various landscapes. Pathways also work with Caltrans and local transportation authorities to implement connectivity designs along highways, such as installing culverts as wildlife crossing structures.