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Deer Posing for Camera by VTFWS

What Do Culverts and Lemons Have in Common?

11/4/2015 // By Melissa Gaydos

As a society largely dependent on transportation infrastructure for the movement of people, goods, and services, the negative ecological consequences of transportation are inevitable. From noise and chemical pollution to habitat modification, the footprint of roads and vehicular traffic pose …

Wildlife Crossing in Banff National Park by Anthony P. Clevenger of Western Transportation Institute

Is Less Always More?

10/1/2015 // By Melissa Gaydos

Since its first introduction in 1975, the single large or several small (SLOSS) debate has sparked considerable controversy among conservation practitioners. Originally derived for providing recommendations for wildlife refuge design, the SLOSS debate has been formulated and referenced to describe …

This guy was "hanging around" outside our hotel one evening.

Habitat Fragmentation Creates Hazards for Wildlife, Especially the Slow Ones

2/11/2011 // By Aislinn Maestas

Of all the wildlife I saw on my recent trip to Costa Rica (go ahead, be a little jealous), my favorite by far was the sloth. Yes, the capuchin monkeys of Manuel Antonio were cute, and it’s true the tropical …