Tag: wildlife

39 Posts

May 12, 2017

Saving Painted Turtles, with Paint

Kieran Lindsey

Drivers ignore wildlife crossing signs. So wildlife advocates are getting creative.

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Jul 01, 2016

Animal Survivors: Tangling With Cars and Living to Tell About It

Jim Motavalli

The odds are against furry creatures hit by cars, but miracles do happen! Meet koalas, coyotes and kittens who lived to tell about their encounters on the Big Road.

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Bear crossing roadway
Jun 23, 2016

Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road?

Kieran Lindsey

And how exactly did it do that? Animal crossings here. 

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Wildlife crossing road sign
May 17, 2016

Picture Panthers: Can Better Signage Get Drivers to Brake for Wildlife?

Kieran Lindsey

Is an image really worth a thousand words? When it comes to distracted driving, the answer is yes!

wildlife distracted driving

Moose licking car
Feb 08, 2016

Spit and Polish!

Kieran Lindsey

Why did the moose lick the car? Our wildlife biologist explains. 

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Night time reflecting paint for reindeer and wildlife.
Jan 27, 2016

Reflecting on Reindeer

Kieran Lindsey

Could the solution to wildlife/car collisions involve reflective antlers? Tell us what you think of this experiment from Finland.

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Cars using radar to avoid hitting animals
Dec 02, 2015

Radar Love: Can Radar Prevent Car/Wildlife Collisions?

Kieran Lindsey

Nothing ruins a scenic drive quite like running into an elk or a moose. Can radar help? Find out here!

wildlife safety infrastructure

Keeping bears out of cars
Nov 10, 2015

"Bear-ly" Getting By: Bears in Cars

Kieran Lindsey

What motivates the average bear to break into a car?

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Keeping spiders out of your car
Oct 28, 2015

Spidey Sense?

Kieran Lindsey

Our wildlife biologist tries to talk some spidey sense into us, in time for Halloween.

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What to do when a car hits an animal
Aug 05, 2015

Wildlife, Cars and How to Help

Kieran Lindsey

As wildlife and people increasingly occupy the same communities it’s inevitable we’ll run into one another now and then. In a bad way. How to help, right here.

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