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Study: Reflectors, white bags reduce wildlife collisions

Aug 9, 2015 From staff reports

Wildlife warning reflectors and canvas bags have proven effective in reducing wildlife-vehicle collisions during a three-year study in three Wyoming ...


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The Wyoming Department of Transportation and Conservation Research Center of Teton Science Schools recently concluded a three-year study that evaluated the effectiveness of wildlife warning reflectors on wildlife-vehicle collisions in Big Horn, Hot Springs and Fremont counties. The study found that white canvas bags, right, were 33 percent more effective as a deer deterrent than wildlife warning reflectors, left. WyDOT

The Wyoming Department of Transportation and Conservation Research Center of Teton Science Schools recently concluded a three-year study that evaluated the effectiveness of wildlife warning reflectors on wildlife-vehicle collisions in Big Horn, Hot Springs and Fremont counties. The study found that white canvas bags, right, were 33 percent more effective as a deer deterrent than wildlife warning reflectors, left. WyDOT


The Wyoming Department of Transportation and Conservation Research Center of Teton Science Schools recently concluded a three-year study that evaluated the effectiveness of wildlife warning reflectors on wildlife-vehicle collisions in Big Horn, Hot Springs and Fremont counties. The study found that white canvas bags, right, were 33 percent more effective as a deer deterrent than wildlife warning reflectors, left. WyDOT

The Wyoming Department of Transportation and Conservation Research Center of Teton Science Schools recently concluded a three-year study that evaluated the effectiveness of wildlife warning reflectors on wildlife-vehicle collisions in Big Horn, Hot Springs and Fremont counties. The study found that white canvas bags, right, were 33 percent more effective as a deer deterrent than wildlife warning reflectors, left. WyDOT

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