Foundation works to reduce moose fatalities on roadways

Mar 2, 2012

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The Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation is launching an initiative to reduce the number of moose fatalities on Highway 390. The road runs through prime moose habitat and sees more collisions than any other highway in Teton County outside of the national park. Willow Belden spoke with Joan Anzelmo of the Wildlife Foundation to find out what can be done to prevent collisions. She says Grand Teton National Park has had considerable success getting drivers to slow down through a variety of measures … and she hopes to implement some of those measures on 390 as well.