How does the wildlife cross the road?
A prominent road ecologist says Montana is 'stagnant' on wildlife crossing initiatives. Could a $350 million federal pilot program turn that around?
Last updated 8/31/2022 at 4:50pm
Road ecologists say wildlife crossings are one of the best ways to reduce wildlife-vehicles collisions and mitigate one of the most significant human impacts on ecosystems. This three-part series examines Montana's approach to crossing initiatives as the federal government prepares to implement a $350 million pilot project - the largest investment of its kind in U.S. history.
During a Nov. 17 h...
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