Resources from the Transportation Library: Wildlife Management

By Kendra K. Levine
Reference and Outreach Librarian, Institute of Transportation Studies Library

FHWA Resources

Caltrans Resources

In California, the Caltrans Division of Environmental Analysis conducts research and provides resources on issues related to biological resources. Their two primary resources are:

Wildlife Crossing Design

Articles and Reports

About The Institute of Transportation Studies Library

Employees of California public sector transportation agencies at the local, state, and regional levels, including federal agencies located in California, are eligible to request anything in the transportation library’s catalog for free. The library will even provide up to 50 pages of photocopies of articles from journals, trade magazines, or conference reports, or scan and e-mail the requested material.

We encourage public agency employees to contact the Library for reference services and loans. Specialized services are provided free to public agency employees with funding from the California Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP). See for details, or contact:

Kendra K. Levine
Reference and Outreach Librarian
Transportation Library
Institute of Transportation Studies
University of California, Berkeley
412 McLaughlin Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-1720
ph. 510.642.3604
fax 510.642.9180

All requests must include your name, job title, agency name, mailing address, and, if requesting material, the title and call number.