Wednesday, 11 July 2012

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Wildlife Overpass, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada In Banff National Park, there are currently 41 wildlife crossing structures (6 overpasses and 35 underpasses) that help wildlife safely cross the busy Trans-Canada Highway. Since monitoring began in 1996, 11 species of large mammals—including bears, elk and cougar—have used crossing structures more than 200,000 times. [ link1link2]
Wildlife Overpass, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada  link
Ecoduct in Netherlands; The Netherlands was one of the first countries to deploy a network of wildlife crossings across the landscape.  link
 Ecoduct De Woeste Hoeve over the highway A50, Netherlands; The Netherlands contains an impressive display of over 600 wildlife crossings (including underpasses and ecoducts) that have been used to protect populations of wild boar, red deer, roe deer, and the endangered European badger. [link1link2]
Ecoduct (wildlife bridge) on highway A1 through nature area the Veluwe, the Netherlands.  link
Green bridge over the A20 near Grevesmühlen, Germany link
"Animal bridge" in Montana, USA  link
Ecoduct in France  link
Aerial view of the wildlife overpass, Location unknown  link
Wildlife overpass near Keechelus Lake, Washington, USA  link
Wildlife overpass covered with vegetation; Location unknown  link
Aerial view of the wildlife overpass; Location unknown  link
Wildlife crossing over Compton Rd (SR30) at Kuraby near Karawatha Forest, Queensland, Australia  link
Ecoduct The Borkeld, Netherlands  link
Green bridge over the highway 464 near Boeblingen, Germany  link
Satellite image of the wildlife overpass; Location unknown  link
Unusual overpass for crabs: Red crabs climb over an overpass to cross a road on Christmas Island during their migration. (Christmas Island National Park, Australia)  link

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