MSU researcher pioneers study of wildlife crossings

BOZEMAN — Scientists at Montana State University’s Western Transportation Institute and their influential research on the world’s largest complex of wildlife crossing structures were featured in a recent article in Canadian Geographic magazine. The complex, a series of tree-covered overpasses and earth-lined culverts perforating a roughly 51-mile stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway through Banff National Park, has … Continue reading MSU researcher pioneers study of wildlife crossings