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CROSSING PATHS:
THE IMPACTS OF TRANSPORTATION ON WILDLIFE

Crossing Paths is the culmination of work carried by our photographers and volunteers to visually document and share images and video of the challenges that wildlife face as a result of transportation on roads and highways, railway, lakes and rivers, ocean, and in the air throughout Canada. Explore the content we have prepared and learn all about what you can do to reduce the impact.

THE IMAGES

Warning: This gallery contains graphic images.

The Topics

THE TOPICS

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THE CAMPAIGN VIDEO

OUR PARTNERS

The Crossing Paths campaign was prepared in collaboration with the Wildlife Collision Prevention Program (WCPP), the Marine Education and Research Society (MERS), and Living Lakes Canada (LLC). Each of these extraordinary organizations devotes considerable time and effort to researching, providing public education, and protecting wildlife and natural habitat in Canada. They have also been kind enough to provide interviews and resources that helped inform the content prepared for the campaign. Please help support their work by visiting their websites, social media accounts, and making donations if possible. Click the icons below to learn more about the work that they are doing and how you can help.

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