Arizona Made Roads Safer For Wildlife, Saving Money In Return

The Logical Indian

February 28th, 2019

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Collision with vehicles kills an estimated one million animals each day, but in 2004, in central Arizona, an 8-foot-tall fence was built by the state’s Game and Fish Department, allowing an elk to walk along the fence until it ended, and then enter the highway, significantly reducing wildlife-vehicle collision.
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