Slow down and give wildlife a brake.

Why don’t the animals just stay away from the roads? Roads and highways cut through wildlife habitats where birds and mammals search for food, water, and shelter survival basics for all animals. Food in the form of seeds, plants, insects, small rodents and roadkill are found on roadsides. Creeks, canals and ditches are spanned by roads and bridges. Roads are frequently bordered by trees, brush, and rock piles that offer perches, cover and, in some cases, food.

Posted by biohexx1 biohexx1, February 24, 2018 08:16


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