Where Wildlife Roam: Ensuring the Freedom to Move

A wildlife crossing with images of a bunny, cougar and deer

Where towering forests, lush wetlands, or windswept grasslands once stood, now lies an entangled web of highways and infrastructure crisscrossing ancestral migration paths. With rampant biodiversity loss and climate change shifting suitable habitats even further, the need for connectivity and safe wildlife crossing structures is urgent now more than ever in order for species to move and migrate.

Unfortunately, Oregon lags severely behind in critical wildlife crossing and habitat connectivity investments compared to other western states. Learn about solutions to change that and success stories from the Pacific Northwest, where wolves, cougars, deer, and many other species can travel safely.