Fewer road deaths for Scottish Wildlife
BBC - 31st January 2000
Plans to reduce the number of animals killed on
Scotland's roads have been unveiled.
Under proposals announced by Environment
Minister Sarah Boyack, rope bridges could be created for squirrels
and underpasses provided for other animals.
The Trunk Road Biodiversity Action Plan sets out
a series of objectives designed to safeguard wildlife living
alongside Scotland's 3400km trunk road network.
The plan includes:
- Creating areas of worm rich pasture on one
side of a road to discourage badgers from crossing to the
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