A project to alleviate vehicle-animal mortality in an area that harbors some of the best bighorn sheep habitat is underway near the Long X Bridge, just south of the entrance to the North Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. It’s there, where a number of bighorns have been killed on U.S. Highway 85 over time, that a large and impressive wildlife crossing is being constructed to safely funnel bighorns, and other wild ungulates, from one side of the highway to the other. Learn more in this week’s Outdoors Online.