Researchers Examine Animal Car Collisions on Idaho's I-84 September 15, 2011

Deer and Transportation News Archive 



Idaho sportsmen and researchers from Utah State University are studying where to put tunnels or bridges to keep deer and other wildlife off Interstate 84. Jack Oyler, vice chairman of Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife, ... is heading the study The Idaho Transportation Department said tunnels and bridges are the best options to prevent collisions, but they’re also the most expensive. Fences can also be used to force deer to cross using existing underpasses ...


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