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Sonora Needs Wildlife Crossings, Every Year 2,000 Animals Become Roadkill: Juan Carlos Bravo

Juan Carlos Bravo, director of our Mexico Program, spoke with Proyecto Puente, a Spanish-language outlet in Sonora, Mexico, about the killing of a female black bear on Mexico’s Highway 2. The bear was struck by a vehicle, which shows the need for wildlife crossings on the highway to protect both human non-human travelers alike. Learn more about our work on Highway 2.

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You can also view Proyecto Puente’s video on Twitter that illustrates the deaths of wild animals as a result of wildlife-vehicle collisions on Highway 2.

Note: The article and video are in Spanish.

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