Time Lapse of Liberty Canyon Wildlife Crossing Concept by RCDSMM

Check out the first concept design for the Liberty Canyon Wildlife Crossing! For more information about the campaign, visit http://www.savelacougars.org

Design by Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains (RCDSMM) http://www.rcdsmm.org/

National Wildlife Federation is working in collaboration with many stakeholders, including our partner Santa Monica Mountains Fund, to protect Southern California’s mountain lions, and to advocate for the critical habitat linkages they require to ensure a healthy future for people, mountain lions and other wildlife in this highly urbanized landscape.

With P-22, the celebrity mountain lion in Griffith Park, as our poster child, our key priority for this campaign is to advocate for the construction of a wildlife crossing over the Ventura Freeway at Liberty Canyon in Agoura Hills, linking protected habitat on each side of the freeway together, allowing mountain lions and other wildlife the access to green space they need to survive.

The Liberty Canyon Wildlife Crossing, when built, will be the largest such crossing in the world, and a model for urban wildlife conservation.

National Wildlife Federation works on protecting wildlife and wild places for our children’s future. To learn more go to http://bit.ly/1366fHf

Ultimate design and environmental impacts for proposed crossing over Agoura Road will be subject to public hearing process and community forums.

National Wildlife Federation is working in collaboration with many stakeholders, including our partner Santa Monica Mountains Fund, to protect Southern California’s mountain lions, and to advocate for the critical habitat linkages they require to ensure a healthy future for people, mountain lions and other wildlife in this highly urbanized landscape.

With P-22, the celebrity mountain lion in Griffith Park, as our poster child, our key priority for this campaign is to advocate for the construction of a wildlife crossing over the Ventura Freeway at Liberty Canyon in Agoura Hills, linking protected habitat on each side of the freeway together, allowing mountain lions and other wildlife the access to green space they need to survive.

The Liberty Canyon Wildlife Crossing, when built, will be the largest such crossing in the world, and a model for urban wildlife conservation.

National Wildlife Federation works on protecting wildlife and wild places for our children’s future. To learn more go to http://bit.ly/1366fHf
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