Fence ecologists map structures, study wildlife changes


Modeling techniques, mapping and GPS collars for animals are helping researchers locate and study fencing throughout the West, where there is enough of the material to wrap around the Earth 25 times. These fence ecologists are determining the effect of the structures on ecosystems, including how and where fences ensnare, injure, kill, separate and change the behavior of wildlife.

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