In the Age of Man many large-carnivore migration patterns have been disrupted. Corridor Ecology allows us to research humankind’s impact on these innate animal behaviors.
“Although the young lynx didn’t know it, in addition to a bulky collar he’d acquired a name: BC03M02. Wildlife managers and scientist had moved him to the United States for a lynx reintroduction program.”
Photo by Fotolia/Marcel Schauer
Map of the Carnivore Way, showing large-carnivore distribution for six species: grizzly bear, wolf, wolverine, lynx, cougar and jaguar.
Illustration by Curtis Edson; courtesy Island Press
In “The Carnivore Way,” author Cristina Eisenberg follows the footsteps of six large carnivores on a 7,500-mile wildlife corridor from Alaska to Mexico along the Rocky Mountains.