Poll: Coloradans Support Protecting Wildlife Corridors

Apr 29, 2019

A National Wildlife Federation survey released last week shows strong public support in Colorado for protecting wildlife-migration corridors. The support ran across party lines and age groups and even after considering opposition arguments from farmers, ranchers, and oil and gas producers.

Eighty-six percent of Coloradans support creating underpasses, overpasses and other protections for routes used by wildlife to migrate from winter to summer ranges.
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The poll shows 86 percent of Coloradans support creating underpasses, overpasses and other protections for routes used by wildlife to migrate from winter to summer ranges.