You knew that the North Spokane Corridor (NSC) is smooth to drive on and saves time if you’re headed north, but did you know it’s also saving wildlife from being hit by cars on the freeway?
The NSC has a wildlife tunnel passing beneath it on Peone Creek. A wildlife camera has taken pictures of moose, deer, coyotes and other animals using it.
The new passage is part of growing momentum for large-scale preservation of wildlife habitat and the corridors that connect them. Here’s more on this from the Spokesman-Review.