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March roundup of new research
State Wildlife Research News, March 26, 2012

Interstate 90 to get numerous wildlife crossings built near Snoqualmie Pass
The Wildlife News, March25, 2012

I-90 commuters help state track wildlife to build new crossings
Everett Daily Herald, March 24, 2012

I-90 wildlife survey–watching for wildlife
Yakima Herald, March 22, 2012

Citizen biologists monitor wildlife — dead or alive — on I-90
Seattle King 5, March 21, 2012

Volunteers count 516 animals on I-90 last year
Ellensburg Daily Record, March 16, 2012

Animals on the move: first survey results, and photos galore
Seattle Times, March 5, 2012

Coyote prints near I-90 are a happy discovery for scientists
Seattle King 5 News, March 1, 2012

Volunteers keep eye on wildlife along Interstate 90
Ellensburg Daily Record, July 26, 2011

I-90 project to ease flow of traffic, wildlife east of Snoqualmie Pass
Seattle Times, July 7, 2011

Watching for wildlife on I-90
Fall City Newsletter, April 2011 (page 4)

Help map wildlife crossings as you drive I-90 east of Snoqualmie in WA
National Geographic Global Action Atlas, March 2011

New web site tracks I-90 roadkill
TechFlash, November 8, 2010

New website lets drivers track wildlife along stretch of I-90
Seattle Times, November 6, 2010

Drivers encouraged to report wildlife on I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass
Seattle Times, November 4, 2010