To enter your wildlife observations, please follow the simple instructions below.
If you have questions about I-90 Wildlife Watch or your rights as a participant,
please see Further Information at the bottom of this page.
Please submit observations of wildlife seen (alive or dead) on the roadway, in the median,
or alongside the roadway as you were traveling I-90 between North Bend and Easton.
Note that participation is entirely voluntary,
and intended for people who are at least 18 years of age.
Only 5–10 minutes will be required to complete the observation form.
At the end of the observation form, you will have the option to enter your personal
contact information. Your contact information is not required to enter an observation.
Optional contact information will be used only by I-90 Wildlife Watch
researchers if they need to contact you with additional questions about your
Your observation data will be made public. The database linking your observation data to
your name (if you choose to enter your contact information), however, is accessible only
to I-90 Wildlife Watch researchers and is treated as confidential information.
To begin, please click the following button to identify your observation location on the map.
If you have any questions about the observation form or I-90 Wildlife Watch, please contact: Jen Watkins, Co-director,
I-90 Wildlife Bridges Coalition; telephone (206) 675-9747, ext. 203; email: email@example.com;
website: http://www.i90wildlifebridges.org/; or
Paula MacKay, Research Associate, Western Transportation Institute (Ellensburg, Washington field office);
telephone (509) 933-1340; email: firstname.lastname@example.org;
If you experience technical difficulties with the website, please contact: Douglas Galarus, Program Manager for Systems Engineering, Development and Integration,
Western Transportation Institute, Montana State University – Bozeman;
telephone: (406) 994-5268 / 994-1697; e-mail: email@example.com; website: www.westerntransportationinstitute.org.
This observation form was determined to be exempt from review by the Institutional Review Board, Montana State University – Bozeman.
If you have any questions about a participant’s rights as a human subject, please contact:
Mark Quinn, Chair, Veterinary Molecular Biology, Montana State University,
960 Technology Boulevard, Room 127, Bozeman, MT 59717-3610; telephone: (406) 994-4707; email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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