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WildPaths

Main Project Information
Presented By Cold Hollow to Canada
Goal Identifying wildlife crossing corridors in project region
Task Capture images and collect sightings of road crossings.
Where Richford, Franklin County, Vermont, United States of America
Description

WildPaths is a volunteer citizen science project to monitor road crossings in their neighborhood, through tracks, roadkill and live sightings. The goal of the project is to use the data to better direct our local efforts with future development so that we can maintain crucial connections between core wildlife habitats.

How to Join

Participants can submit random sightings at anytime through our website or through our project page on iNaturalist. Folks wanting to pick a specific roadway should contact the project coordinator by email.

Website: http://www.coldhollowtocanada.org/what/wildpaths/
iNaturalist: http://bit.ly/CHCWildPathsiNat
Project Email: wildpaths@coldhollowtocanada.org

Website http://www.coldhollowtocanada.org/what/wildpaths/
Required Gear

Safety vest, camera/smartphone, data sheets

Ideal Age Group Middle school (11 - 13 years), High school (14 - 17 years), College, Adults, Families
Spend the Time outdoors
Type of Activity On a walk, run, In the car, At night
Tags amphibians, animals, birds, connectivity, fall, frogs, green mountains, mammals, moose, reptiles, roadkill, roads, salamanders, spring, summer, vermont, wildlife, wildlife connectivity, wildlife crossings
Project Updated 05/23/2018