Wildlife-Vehicle Collision Hotspot Maps
The maps below indicate where wildlife-vehicle collisions involving elk, moose and deer most frequently occurred between 2011 and 2022. Roadkill data used for maps is a combination of Nature Mapping Jackson Hole observations and carcasses recorded by the Wyoming Department of Transportation and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.
Due to exclusionary fencing and wildlife-underpasses installed on S. Highway 89 between 2018-2022, we anticipate hotspots shown between Hoback Junction and Rafter J may be weighted by more frequent collisions (especially with mule deer) prior to the construction of these mitigation measures. Early data indicates collisions on this stretch of highway have been reduced by at least 30% in recent years.
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JH Elk Roadkill Map
JH Moose Roadkill Map
JH Mule Deer Roadkill Map
If you do see roadkill, please call us at 307-739-0968, or email email@example.com and report it. We would like to know as much as you can tell safely, such as where, when, what animal, what sex (if you can tell), and any other notes.