CalMatters: California is betting $61 million that new highway crossings will keep wildlife safe
It’d be just another normal day, nearly 17 feet above Highway 101 in Agoura Hills.
A southern alligator lizard and a western toad hide from the heat in the greenery of restored native vegetation. Mountain lion cubs pounce on rocks and spring into the nearby canyons. The sun glints on the feathers of a golden eagle soaring overhead. Read the full story here: California wildlife: Will crossings keep animals safe? | CalMatters