Wildlife make use of $6.5 million highway tunnel

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Wildlife make use of $6.5 million highway tunnel

Coyote, raccoons, mule deer and humans use tunnel on U.S. 160
A surveillance camera has caught many mule deer, and other animals, using a wildlife tunnel built last year under U.S. Highway 160 between Durango and Bayfield.
A surveillance camera has caught many mule deer, and other animals, using a wildlife tunnel built last year under U.S. Highway 160 between Durango and Bayfield.
A surveillance camera has caught many mule deer, and other animals, using a wildlife tunnel built last year under U.S. Highway 160 between Durango and Bayfield.

Wildlife make use of $6.5 million highway tunnel

A surveillance camera has caught many mule deer, and other animals, using a wildlife tunnel built last year under U.S. Highway 160 between Durango and Bayfield.
A surveillance camera has caught many mule deer, and other animals, using a wildlife tunnel built last year under U.S. Highway 160 between Durango and Bayfield.
A surveillance camera has caught many mule deer, and other animals, using a wildlife tunnel built last year under U.S. Highway 160 between Durango and Bayfield.
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