What You Can Do
Write or phone your legislator’s office, federal and state, to express your concern for wildlife and your support for wildlife crossings across Highway 97.
Attend meetings where changes in land use affecting winter and summer ranges are being discussed and express your concern about the impacts on wildlife. Object to the commercialization of winter range by illegal development.
Join PAM in getting the petition signed to have habitat connectivity be a part of every ODOT construction project that disrupts habitat. This is based on a successful Washington State directive and is supported by ODOT.
Show your support with a voucher purchase of a Watch for Wildlife license plate. Proceeds from the sale of this license plate are dedicated to projects that provide safe passage to wildlife of all kinds throughout Oregon.
Sign the petition online.
Attend neighborhood association meetings and ask that wildlife issues be part of the agenda.
Remove yard hazards – hammocks, strings of lights, tomato baskets, modify or replace fencing that injures or kills deer.