Do wildlife crossing structures really help wildlife?

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August 2, 2023

Jack Ewing and Michael Mooring recently published an educational module — freely available to anyone with an Internet connection — based on a study of wildlife crossings at the Hacienda Barú National Wildlife Refuge, published with Ronald Villalobos-Hoffmann on last year. The module comes with an Instructor’s Guide and is available to educators, students, and activists in Spanish, English, and Portuguese versions. It is expected that this module will be used formally and informally throughout Latin America (Mexico, Central America, and South America) to teach youth and adults about the concepts and practice behind the use of crossing structures to mitigate the threat of highways. to wildlife.

This module can be read in approximately one hour, below are the links to take the course in 3 possible languages




The module is developed for university courses.

In interested in wildlife.

In training for NGOs

Training for government stays

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