Happy Thanksgiving! Thanks for taking the time to listen to another Right To Roam Lowdown! Lee and Adam take a moment to look into the research around human disturbance and the impact it has on ungulate behaviors in proximity roads and trails. The research comes out of eastern Oregon and lends itself to some interesting assertions. Please don’t consider this episode a full breakdown of the research, though that may mean a full length episode is in the works with one or more of the authors to really hash out what this research may mean. The guys try to highlight some of the more “ah-ha” moments in the paper as well as some “really?” moments.
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