Wildlife and Roads: Resources Search Results for British Columbia

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18 total listings found for British Columbia.

Literature Listings (8)


Author, Year   Full Reference
Proctor, Michael; McLellan, Bruce: Strobeck, Curtis, 2002   Proctor, M.F., McLellan, B.N., and C. Strobeck. 2002. Population fragmentation of grizzly bears in southeastern British Columbia, Canada. Ursus 13:153-160.
Sielecki, Leonard, 2001   Sielecki. L. 2001. WARS Wildlife Accident Reporting System 2000 Annual Report (1991-2000 Synopsis). Environmental Management Section, Engineering Branch, B.C. Ministry of Transportation, Victoria, B.C. Canada.
Rea, R. V. , 2003   Rea, R. V. 2003. Modifying roadside vegetation management practices to reduce vehicular collisions with moose Alces alces. Wildlife Biology 9:81-91.
Rea, R.V., 2005   Rea, R.V. 2005. The influence of brush-cutting time on plant resprouting and attractiveness to herbivores: Implications for road and rail side vegetation management. Unpublished report. Prince George, B.C. 77p.
Rea, R.V. and R.V. Rea Sr., 2005   Rea, R.V. and R.V. Rea Sr. 2005. Of moose and mud: New research aims to reduce animal-vehicle collisions by deactivating roadside mineral deposits. Website.
Caryl, F. M. , 2003   Caryl, F. M. 2003. Ungulate mortality on a forested highway. Dissertation, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK.
Poll, D.M., 1989   Poll, D.M. 1989. Wildlife mortality on the Kootenay Parkway, Kootenay National Park. Report to Parks Canada, Kootenay Park Warden Service.
Harper, W. L., J. M Cooper, K. Simpson, J. Hamilton, K. S. Dunham, and D. S. Eastman., 2001   Harper, W. L., J. M Cooper, K. Simpson, J. Hamilton, K. S. Dunham, and D. S. Eastman. 2001. Guidelines for evaluating, avoiding and mitigating impacts of major development projects on wildlife in British Columbia. Draft report. Osris Wildlife Consulting for Environmental Assessment Section, Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, Victoria, BC.

Structure Listings (2)


State Project Name Year Completed Crossing Type Target Species
BC Fencing between Grand Forks and Christina Lake 2004? FE deer
BC Fencing between Grand Forks and Christina Lake 2004? FE deer

Website Listings (7)

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Research Paper on Predicting Wildlife Vehicle Collisions in NP in British Columbia
Wildlife Collision Prevention Program Homesite
The British Columbia Biodiversity Center for Wildlife Studies
British Columbia Ministry of Transportation
Univeristy of Northern BC Tap Into Drivers to Use GPS to Record Dead Wildlife on Road
British Columbia Drivers Record Animal-Vehicle Collisions Sights with GPS Units From UNBC
British Columbia Badger Recovery Team

Image Listings (1)


Two badgers using badger culvert British Columbia
Two badgers using badger culvert British Columbia