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California county backs network of migration corridors, land-use limits to protect wildlife

Following a contentious 11-hour hearing last week, Ventura County planners unanimously voted to recommend a resolution supporting safe passage in Southern California — for wildlife.

The advisory resolution backing a network of protected “wildlife corridors” and other limits to land use in the Santa Monica Mountains and Los Padres National Forest is considered a key step in protecting the area’s populations of black bears, coyotes, mule deer, foxes, badgers — and mountain lions.

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