Wildlife Monitoring Program Studies I-70 Corridor

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5min 26sec

This summer, volunteers placed motion-triggered cameras in the woods along I-70 between Copper Mountain and Vail. The goal: learn which animals travel near the interstate, then locate the best place to build Colorado's first wildlife bridge over the highway. Ryan Warner talks to Julia Kintsch, program director for the Southern Rockies Ecosystem Project, which is leading the effort.