Migration crossing at US 101 could save animals' lives September 6, 2010 California







Last year Caltrans counted three coyotes, three deer, four raccoons, a bobcat and a fox killed along the US 101. ... the De Anza College Environmental Studies Department led by biologist Julie Phillips, has proposed a project to build a "wildlife corridor" to save animals who migrate between the Santa Cruz Mountains and the Diablo Range.






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