2016 Wildlife-Vehicle Conflict Hotspots Report

Every year we analyze the data you have contributed to this volunteer-science system, the largest of its kind in the world. One type of study is called "hotspots analysis", which highlights stretches of California's highways that have higher rates of wildlife-vehicle conflict (WVC) than neighboring segments. This type of information combined with information about total rates of WVC can help to determine where management actions should be taken to reduce this conflict. Check out the report for the latest map-analysis.