Conservationists fearful of what Three Sisters developments mean for wildlife

From Rocky Mountain Outlook:

BANFF – Twenty-five years ago, Canmore wildlife biologist Karsten Heuer embarked on an epic 3,400-kilometre journey from Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming to Watson Lake in the Yukon, following the path of wide-ranging species like wolves and grizzly bears.

Taking a break from his job at Parks Canada, Heuer plotted the wildest route he could, hiking, skiing and paddling between 1998 and 2000 to find out how realistic Yellowstone to Yukon (Y2Y) Conservation Initiative’s grand vision of a connected continental corridor was on the ground.


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