Grant will pay for wildlife bridge study

Park service to explore need for second crossing


COLLECTING CRITICAL DATA—The National Park Service will use a $327,000 grant won by the Ventura County Transportation Commission to study wildlife movement along the 101 Freeway between Camarillo and the Conejo Valley. Acorn file photoWhy did the mountain lion cross the road?
For local wildlife researchers, it’s not about why, but where.
The Ventura County Transportation Commission has received a $327,000 grant from Caltrans to study the movement of pumas and other wildlife along the freeway cor...

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