A coalition including hunters, anglers, Tribal representatives and members of conservation groups is promoting a bill in the Oregon Legislature that would allocate $7 million to build fences, underpasses and other structures in areas where vehicles are more likely to hit deer, elk and other wildlife.

The coalition has compiled a report on the topic that includes a priority list for these wildlife crossing structures.

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