A few weeks ago, I wrote a piece for Takepart about the only U.S. population of the endangered ocelot suffering from roadkills because of poor planning on Texas State Highway 100. Among other things, I asked readers to phone or email to let the Texas Department of Transportation know how they felt about that.
Now TexDot, as it’s known, says it’s going to fix the problem. It’s not clear whether this is a smokescreen or the beginning of a genuine improvement. I’ll keep an on it to see what really happens, and whether it happens soon enough to make a difference. Meanwhile, here’s the report from ValleyCentral.com
Funding has been secured for four ocelot crossings on Highway 100 between Laguna Vista and Los Fresnos.
After four of the endangered cats were killed on the busy road and years of meetings with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife…
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