Guelph Study to shed light on wildlife corridors

This is a great example of the type of study that is needed to help humans and animals to coexist in the animals habitat.

“I want to look at what makes a corridor work well, and what we can prioritize to make sure corridors have certain features that will enhance use by animals. ” said Ford, a postdoctoral fellow from the Department of Integrative Biology at Ontario’s University of Guelph.

“Is there a one-size-fits-all corridor, or do we need different corridors for different critters because they have different needs? I am trying to get as much data as I can on as many animals as I can.”