Highways, wildlife  & mitigation measures
Road ecology

JUST PUBLISHED

Jakes, A.F., P.F. Jones, L.C. Paige, R.G. Seidler & M.P. Huijser. 2018. A fence runs through it: A call for greater attention to the influence of fences on wildlife and ecosystems. Biological Conservation 227: 310-318.

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Bull elk on road

Collisions with large ungulates such as elk are dangerous to people and kill wildlife.