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How Do Animals in Alberta Cross the Road?

How Do Animals in Alberta Cross the Road?
On March 7, Danah Duke with the Miistakis Institute will be presenting how roads and railways cause wildlife mortality through collisions and act as a significant barrier to wildlife movements. Examples will be given from their work addressing wildlife connectivity and highway mitigation along Highway 3, Highway 1 and Highway 68 in Alberta.
  • How Do Animals in Alberta Cross the Road?
  • 2019-03-07T19:00:00-07:00
  • 2019-03-07T23:59:59-07:00
  • On March 7, Danah Duke with the Miistakis Institute will be presenting how roads and railways cause wildlife mortality through collisions and act as a significant barrier to wildlife movements. Examples will be given from their work addressing wildlife connectivity and highway mitigation along Highway 3, Highway 1 and Highway 68 in Alberta.
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Mar 07, 2019 from 07:00 PM (Canada/Mountain / UTC-700)
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University of Calgary, Science Theatres, ST 135, 700-798 Campus Pl NW, Calgary, AB
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On March 7, Danah Duke with the Miistakis Institute will be presenting how roads and railways cause wildlife mortality through collisions and act as a significant barrier to wildlife movements. Examples will be given from their work addressing wildlife connectivity and highway mitigation along Highway 3, Highway 1 and Highway 68 in Alberta.

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