Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 14, 2020

Roadkill Declines as COVID-19 Continues 

UC Davis has a study showing Roadkill Declines as COVID-19 Continues

Fewer wild animals, including threatened mountain lions, are becoming roadkill during shelter-in-place orders, finds a study on three states from the University of California, Davis.

Using traffic and collision data collected from California, Idaho and Maine, the researchers found that wildlife-vehicle conflict has declined by 21 percent to 56 percent from early March to mid-April, following government stay-at-home orders.

Read more at  Roadkill Declines as COVID-19 Continues | UC Davis


  1. There goes my snacking between meals…


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