Road ecology blog: Freshly cut eucalyptus plantation next to a wildlife underpass, Brazil

July 17, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Road ecology blog: Freshly cut eucalyptus plantation next to a wildlife underpass, SP-225, near Brotas, São Paulo, Brazil. This wildlife underpass was located adjacent to a eucalyptus plantation. However, the eucalyptus trees next to the underpass were recently cut, likely reducing wildlife use of the structure. It is best to combine the decision process on the location of wildlife underpasses with land use planning to ensure that good wildlife habitat continues to be present leading up to the structures.

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Freshly cut eucalyptus plantation next to a wildlife underpass, SP-225, near Brotas, São Paulo, BrazilFreshly cut eucalyptus plantation next to a wildlife underpass, SP-225, near Brotas, São Paulo, BrazilThis wildlife underpass was located adjacent to a eucalyptus plantation. However, the eucalyptus trees next to the underpass were recently cut, likely reducing wildlife use of the structure. It is best to combine the decision process on the location of wildlife underpasses with land use planning to ensure that good wildlife habitat continues to be present leading up to the structures. Freshly cut eucalyptus plantation next to a wildlife underpass, SP-225, near Brotas, São Paulo, BrazilFreshly cut eucalyptus plantation next to a wildlife underpass, SP-225, near Brotas, São Paulo, BrazilThis wildlife underpass was located adjacent to a eucalyptus plantation. However, the eucalyptus trees next to the underpass were recently cut, likely reducing wildlife use of the structure. It is best to combine the decision process on the location of wildlife underpasses with land use planning to ensure that good wildlife habitat continues to be present leading up to the structures. Freshly cut eucalyptus plantation next to a wildlife underpass, SP-225, near Brotas, São Paulo, BrazilFreshly cut eucalyptus plantation next to a wildlife underpass, SP-225, near Brotas, São Paulo, BrazilThis wildlife underpass was located adjacent to a eucalyptus plantation. However, the eucalyptus trees next to the underpass were recently cut, likely reducing wildlife use of the structure. It is best to combine the decision process on the location of wildlife underpasses with land use planning to ensure that good wildlife habitat continues to be present leading up to the structures.


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