Roads are a common cause of death for wildlife species. The Adventure Scientists Wildlife Connectivity Study recruits cyclists and runners to record roadkill observations in an effort to research and reduce animal-vehicle collisions.

We Need Your Help

We are seeking adventurous individuals who pay close attention to detail, follow through on their commitments in a timely matter, ​and are able to regularly communicate with the Adventure Scientists team.

General qualifications:

      • 18 years of age or older.
      • Access to and proficiency with a smartphone that can use the iNaturalist app.
      • Ability to safely travel by bike or foot on global roadways with at least one partner.
      • Previous field data collection experience is preferred but not required.

What to Expect as a Volunteer

Cycling, walking, or running? We need you!

Volunteers use smartphones to photograph and mark GPS locations of roadkill observations during human-powered exploration of roads through any landscape. After submitting an application to participate, a volunteer must learn the recording protocols and demonstrate knowledge of them by passing an online quiz.

Where Our Volunteers Are Active

This map shows where Adventure Scientists volunteers have recorded roadkill sightings. Click each point for details of the observation.

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