Kiesha’s Preserve is part of the Western Wildway, a 6,000 mile long wildlife corridor that connects a multitude of wildlands from Alaska to Northern Mexico. The Western Wildway represents a conservation biology approach to landscape conservation which emphasizes corridors and connectivity for Wolves, Canada lynx, Wolverine, Grizzly Bear, Elk, Mule Deer and other species.  Protecting and connecting key core areas such as Kiesha’s Preserve is crucial to restoring the ability of this corridor to support wildlife migrations and gene flow.  The Preserve is located within what the Forest Service has called a Regionally Significant Wildlife Corridor and is now in two ideal locations in Idaho and Wyoming to serve as a base for research and monitoring of this corridor.