Protecting wildlife.
One kilometer at a time.

At LACTWG we are committed to reducing wildlife mortality through the development of more sustainable linear transport infrastructure in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Ecoduct in Argentina

El Oso Andino and Aguará Guazú suffer severe risks along the highways

Samuel Valdés Interview

Publications

Ecological connectivity and wildlife passages on roads: a reflection for México

Fernández-Buces,N., Trinidad-Lora, K., Olivé-Arrioja, M., Resendiz-Rodríguez, J., López-Noriega, S., Juárez-Casillas LA

2022

Mammal use of some crossing structures in a Federal Highway in Jalisco, México

González-Gallina A, Hidalgo-Mihart M, Peña-Ramírez MA, González-Gallina, A

2022

Severe conservation risks of roads on apex predators.

Quintana, I., Cifuentes, E.F., Dunnink, J.A. et al. 

2022

Arboreal wildlife bridges in the tropical rainforest of Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula

Flatt E, Basto A, Pinto C, Ortiz J, Navarro K, Neil Reeda, Brumberg H, Chaverria MH, Whitworth A

2022

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