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Helping toads cross B.C.'s roads

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Published on Mar 20, 2018

Valhalla Wilderness Society works in the Canadian Selkirks of the Cabinet Purcell Mountain Corridor, protecting endangered Western toads as they migrate to and from breeding areas across busy roads.

Covering more than 43,750 square miles (113,312 km2) and representing approximately nine per cent of the entire Yellowstone to Yukon region the Cabinet Purcell Mountain Corridor extends from Golden, British Columbia, south to Missoula, Montana, and encompasses the Purcell, Cabinet, Selkirk and Bitterroot mountain ranges. It includes several wet-belt forests and the headwaters of many important salmon and trout rivers, which supply drinking and irrigation water for millions of people downstream. This is one of only two remaining areas in the Yellowstone to Yukon region where grizzly bears can move back and forth between Canada and the U.S.

Valhalla Wilderness Society: vws.org
Videography and editing: Scott Rulander, Gem Vision Productions
Video producer: Lacy Robinson, Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
Narration: Jim Mellen

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