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Transportation infrastructure, such as roads and highways, supports human activity but negatively affect wildlife habitat, populations, and entire ecosystems (Bennet et. al 2011). As road networks continue to expand, animals lose habitat and are confined to isolated fragments, with the possibility of being enclosed by roads. Road effects like habitat fragmentation is not well known in state parks. This study aims to examine some of the effects of road disturbance on wildlife in the Anza-Borregodoi:10.21973/n3k95k fatcat:aeq5eesdh5fojfzmkdp5msfsmm