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Roadkill Data Reporters Needed!
If you drive the same stretch of road frequently, please help by becoming a regular roadkill reporter. If you don’t have a regular travel or commuting route, we still need you to report what you see and when you see it.
WHAT - what animal you saw. Be as specific as you can, including age (adult, juvenile) and sex if you can make a determination.
WHERE - be as specific as possible. If you have a GPS unit, reporting in UTM coordinates is idea, but if you can’t report in UTMs, please descrive the location in as much detail as you can.
WHEN - when you first saw the roadkilled animal. Please include date and time
If you are calling, please leave your name and phone number so that we can call you back if we have any questions.
Thank you in advance for your help. The Roadkill Database is one of our most effective tools in mitigating our negative impact on local wildlife.
Please help us collect data on roadkill in Teton County. With the large number of road construction projects on the horizon, our data is more important than ever. Roadkill stats let us know when and where animals are moving near roads and across roads. The data can be used to show where crossings can be added or improved or speed limits lowered to help minimize roadkill and encourage safe movement of wildlife.