Earth Matters Radio Show: Wildlife Trafficking and Wildlife Corridors

Wildlife Trafficking and Wildlife Corridors

On the most recent Earth Matters Radio Hour, host Kevin Bixby discusses the huge illegal global trade in wildlife and legislation in New Mexico to stop it, with guest Michael Dax of Defenders of Wildlife. They also talk about the effort in New Mexico to identify wildlife corridors and reduce collisions between vehicles and wildlife.

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Earth Matters: Amazing Discoveries at White Sands National Monument

White Sands National Monument is the only place in the world where fossilized tracks have been found showing the interaction of humans and extinct Pleistocene animals such as giant ground sloths, as well as the documentation of more than 40 new species of moths, leading some experts to call it the "Galapagos Islands" for moth evolution. Yesterday, Tuesday, December 10th, for the Earth Matters Radio Hour on KTAL, we were joined by David Bustos with the National Park Service and entomologist Eric Metzler who shared these extraordinary biological discoveries coming out of White Sands National Monument.
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