Definitions for "Wildlife Corridor"
Hedges, canals, ditches, road and railway verges, and streams that connect fragmented habitats. There is passage for movement between the populations through these corridors. They promote an increased immigration rate between the linked populations, which maintains diversity. A benefit is less chance of extinction.[xxv
Areas of natural/semi-natural habitat protected from development in order to maintain the movement of wildlife through the urban area.
A continuous area facilitating the movement of wildlife through rural or urban environments.