You have a 1 in 52 chance of hitting an animal while driving in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania ranks among the top 3 in the country for animal-vehicle collisions
What’s the latest on conservation corridors in Pennsylvania?
Watch our interview with Jason Andrew Beale of the Endangered Species Coalition.
END ROADKILL is more than a fundraising initiative, more than just a brand or a cool message.
It’s a vision for the future—a future free from wildlife being killed on roads, a future in which ecoengineering incorporates wildlife bridges and wildlife corridors into highway and housing planning, and a future in which habitat is treated as equally important as humanity.
The END ROADKILL brand umbrella includes marketing and fundraising initiatives such as the END ROADKILL Pennsylvania project and the Pennsylvania Wildlife Samaritans calendar to raise funds for wildlife rehabilitation in the Keystone State. 100 percent of proceeds from END ROADKILL and Give Wildlife a Brake products sold through The Wildlife Corridor Store Unlimited also support wildlife rehab.