Wildlife Watch: Creating wildlife corridors

Published: Feb. 19, 2019 at 5:54 PM EST
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Vermont wildlife officials and other groups have been working to connect wildlife corridors throughout the state.

The tunnels and other structures under busy roads allow amphibians and other animals to migrate and roam safely despite expanding roads, buildings and other infrastructure.

Galen Ettlin spoke with Jim Shallow from the Nature Conservancy and Jens Hilke from Vermont Fish and Wildlife about the latest effort called the Wolcott Wild Branch Project.