Utah Wildlife Case Study

More than 100 mule deer were being lost annually to wildlife-vehicle collisions along a stretch of Utah highway. In addition to the loss of life for deer and threat to human safety, each collision causes an average of more than $8,000 property damage.

Those outcomes prompted the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and Utah Department of Transportation to work with the Bureau of Land Management and other entities to find solutions to the problem, which are documented in this case study produced with support from the Hewlett Foundation.

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