Roads, wildlife and a finished thesis

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4 thoughts on “Roads, wildlife and a finished thesis

  1. Nice work Kylie and congrats on getting the thesis done. I’d be interested in hearing more about the other species you recorded crossing as well sometime. I remember hearing you touch briefly on it in the past and show some photos but you probably have a lot more to talk about now. Lachlan

  2. Great work Kylie, love the way you are thinking. Anything which increases wildlife survival in an increasingly humanized/motorized landscape has to be positive. Wildlife bridges may also increase arboreal sp. survival at wildfire events (when roads are used as fire-breaks). Peter

  3. Pingback: Who’s who on the wildlife bridges? | Kylie Soanes's Research

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