San Diego Management & Monitoring Program


Wildlife Movement
SR-67 Multi-species Connectivity Planning

February 29, 2016 - June 30, 2017 completed

Project description

A comprehensive multi-species analysis of connectivity for the area surrounding SR-67 in central San Diego County. Multiple modeling approaches are being applied to develop a wildlife crossing infrastructure plan for SR-67 and to design landscape linkages at the subregional level. This analysis directly address functional connectivity within the study area.


Project protocol

Name: No protocol available at this time


Project spatial boundary

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Project focus

Project type: General Management


Project data files

Target species: Bobcat, Coachwhip, deer mice, Mountain lion, Mule deer, Western Whiptail, Woodrats, Wrentit


Implementing entities

Data steward: Megan Jennings

Investigator: Megan Jennings

Main implementing entity: Institute for Ecological Modeling and Management at San Diego State University

Point of contact: Megan Jennings

Study lead: Megan Jennings


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