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THE STORY OF KOOTENAY IMAGES

 Animal Wildlife Conservation is living the way, truth and life, by stopping habitat loss, giving back areas of land and water to animal wildlife.

  Animal wildlife is being killed in transportation mishaps daily. We need to have transportation systems that do not kill animal wildlife.

 

Canada set aside areas of the Canadian Rockies Mountains in the form of National Parks for animal wildlife ecosystem conservation. The highways in Banff National Park are fenced having animal overpass and animal underpass systems  allowing safe passage for animals over the highways. The intercontinental railways are unfenced and without animal overpass and animal underpass systems throughout the Canadian Rocky Mountain National Park system. The highway transportation system in Jasper National Park, Yoho National Park and Kootenay National Park requires animal fencing in combination with animal overpass and animal underpass systems. Jasper National Park, Banff National Park, Yoho  National Park require intercontinental railways fitted with animal fencing along with animal overpass and animal underpass systems.

 

The Canadian Rocky Mountain National Parks has protected a thriving animal ecosystem. It is one of a few places left upon earth that is a pristine, intact, unchanged, thriving animal ecosystem. Protection of animal wildlife from transportation deaths in these Rocky Mountain National Parks is mandatory.

Rob David Knight, nature, animal and landscape photographer Canadian Rockies Mountains. 

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