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Paw Print Wildlife and Highways: An Overview Tortoise Underpasses Badger Tunnels Four Tools to Assess Wildlife Linkage Areas Programs to Remove Fish Passage Barriers Bear Underpasses Salamander Tunnels Passages for Large Mammals Goat Underpasses Computer Model Highway-Wildlife Relationships Amphibian-Reptile Wall and Culverts An Overpass for Animals and Humans
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Introduction Introduction   Passages for Large Mammals Passages for Large Mammals
Wildlife and Highways: An Overview Wildlife and Highways: An Overview Goat Underpasses Goat Underpasses
Tortoise Underpasses Tortoise Underpasses Computer Model Highway-Wildlife Relationships A Computer Model for Exploring Highway-Wildlife Relationships
Badger Tunnels Badger Tunnels Amphibian-Reptile Wall and Culverts Amphibian-Reptile Wall and Culverts
Four Tools to Assess Wildlife Linkage Areas Four Tools to Assess Wildlife Linkage Areas An Overpass for Animals and Humans An Overpass for Animals and Humans
Programs to Remove Fish Passage Barriers Programs to Remove Fish Passage Barriers Related Web Sites Related Web Sites
Bear Underpasses Bear Underpasses Photo Credits Photo Credits
Salamander Tunnels Salamander Tunnels For More Information For More Information
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