Kootenay taking steps to protect Hwy 93 wildlife May 14, 2015 British Columbia,

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Kootenay taking steps to protect Hwy 93 wildlife May 14, 2015 British Columbia, rmoutlook.com
... On a typical summer day, more than 5,000 vehicles travel Highway 93 South, and in recent years, an average of 50 large animals have been killed on the highway every year. Roads are also barriers to wildlife searching for food, shelter and mates.  The most commonly killed animals are white-tailed deer ...

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