Crossings reduce number of wildlife deaths

Calgary – The number of wildlife killed by cars in Banff National Park has dropped by 96 per cent over the past five years, since crossings have been constructed to help the animals cross the road, a research scientist says.
http://calgary.cbc.ca/regional/servlet/View?filename=ca_wildlife20030909

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