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Save the Forest for the Wildlife

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Published on Oct 4, 2012

POST's campaign will protect redwood habitat for all the creatures that depend on it. Many wild animals in our region need large, undeveloped tracts of land to survive. Mountain lions, for instance, require up to 200 square miles for healthy genetic diversity. But because of encroaching development, they are increasingly squeezed into more limited and fragmented terrain. Saving local redwood lands will help keep their home ranges intact.

This film features Chris Wilmers with a look at the Santa Cruz Puma Project's work in the Santa Cruz Mountain that includes CEMEX Redwoods. POST donors Alisa MacAvoy and Clinton and Mary Gilliland share reasons for their support of POST.

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Produced by Schecter Films. Mountain lion footage courtesy of Chris Wilmers and Wharton Media.

Find out more about our Heart of the Redwoods Campaign at: www.openspacetrust.org/redwoods

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