Help us find out more about animal-road interactions in Ontario. If you see an animal on or near a road while driving, record the location, the animal species, and the status (i.e. dead or alive) of the animal. Take a picture if you can! We will use these data to get a better understanding of the interactions between animals and roads, and to help identify 'hotspots' where animals frequently get hit by cars. This information can then be used by scientists and policy makers to identify areas where mitigation methods are needed, such as ecopassages and wildlife crossing signs.
Report a Sighting
Please fill out this form to the best of your abilities. Fields with an asterisk (*) are required.
Date of observation (dd/mm/yyyy): Time of observation:
*Location description: Please provide details about the location on the road (nearest intersection, town, waterbody, etc.)
Roadside habitat: (e.g. wetland, forest, field, urban, etc)
*Wildlife species: (e.g. turtle, mammal or deer, frog)
Comments and additional information:
The personal information will not be used by anyone, for anything other than its intended purpose. The coordinator may wish to contact you if you submit a wildlife sighting of particular scientific interest.
If you have a PICTURE, please email it to: email@example.com
Please include this number : 20130524234147 so that we can relate it to this submission..