[New Publication and Update] "Out of the Woods: Mitigating Negative Impacts of Unused Forest Roads on Amphibians"
Habitat fragmentation is among the most serious threats facing wildlife today, and amphibians are particularly at risk. Algonquin Provincial Park (Ontario, Canada) has over 2000 kilometres(!) of intermittently used forest roads, and is a great place to test the effectiveness of mitigation treatments. Why do amphibians cross the road, when do amphibians cross the road, and what can be done to restore critical habitat along decommissioned logging roads?
Read more about the latest research in a two-part series at the link below: