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Fri August 2, 2013
Conservationist walks from Mexico to Canada to promote habitat preservation
John Davis is a conservationist and co-founder of the Wildlands Network conservation organization. He’s currently on a 5,000 mile international route from Mexico, through the Western US, and up to Canada, mostly on foot. He’s working with various environmental groups as he makes his way across North America. The idea is to promote an international, continuous area where wildlife can move freely. Wyoming Public Radio’s Irina Zhorov caught up with Davis as he made his way across the Red Desert.
After the Red Desert, Davis is heading to the Jonas Field, Bridger-Teton National Forest, Yellowstone, and then up to Canada.