Creating Healthy, Biodiverse Neighborhood Corridors

Creating Healthy, Biodiverse Neighborhood Corridors

Record date: Jan 25, 2014

Doug Tallamy, Professor, Entomology & Wildlife Ecology, University of Delaware, discusses the need to create biodiverse corridors or paths where wildlife and insects can safely move from one environment to another. These corridors could help species which are currently limited by roads and other man-made obstacles to connect with other populations of their species.

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