WTI has completed the final report for “Wildlife Mitigation Opportunities along U.S. Hwy 2, Northwestern Montana,” a project sponsored by the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative. Authored by Marcel Huijser and James Begley, this report explores wildlife issues along U.S. Highway 2 between the Idaho/Montana border and Kalispell. It details the identification and prioritization process of hotspots for wildlife-vehicle collisions based on crash and carcass removal data. In addition, the report lists road sections that may be of special concern to biological conservation based on carcass removal data for rare, threatened or endangered species and important wildlife habitat. The project and report can be viewed here.