Mojave Desert Land Trust Working To Secure Land for Wildlife Corridor Near Joshua Tree National Park

January 2012
National Parks Traveler;1/16/2012, p1
The article reports on the decision of Mojave Desert Land Trust which is launching a campaign to preserve a wildlife corridor near Joshua Tree National Park. It states that the organization has invested $2.8 million to preserve 2, 126 acres in the Joshua Tree North Wildlife Linkage area that connects the ecosystems of Joshua Tree National Park with the Bartlett Mountains. It offers information on the linkage which is home to several endangered animals.


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