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Wildlife and highways
Mar 29th, 2011 at 12:02pm
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Spring is here and when you are out driving watch out for wildlife on the highways. Slow down and even stop if they are crossing the road. Never think you can out run them and never blow your horn at them. You can cause them to run in front of your vechile or in front of someone elses vechile causing a major accident killing the animal and causing injury to you your passengers or to someone else. You may even cause a death. Slow down and enjoy the wildlife and be safe this spring. happy motoring

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Re: Wildlife and highways
Reply #1 - Mar 31st, 2011 at 2:49am
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Roads and highways affect wildlife in many ways; both directly as roadkill, and indirectly via the degradation, fragmentation and loss of habitat. The United States has 4 million miles of roadways, on which an estimated one million vertebrates die every day.  Reduce the impact of roads and highways on wildlife and habitat. Existing roads should be modified where necessary to allow wildlife to cross, and minimize impact on the surrounding environment.
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