This guidebook, originally published in 2003, has been revised and updated to reflect the substantial new body of research relating to wildlife crossings. The guidebook discusses road and wildlife ecology and provides abundant urban and non-urban crossing examples as well as cost estimates, funding resources and monitoring strategies. (softbound)
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