Alberta Motor Association’s Member Opinion Survey Results
The Alberta Motor Association (AMA) surveyed 637 Albertans (Canada) about their views on subjects related to advocacy and community services. With respect to wildlife, this study found that respondents believe that wildlife vehicle collisions are a problem with an average score of 3.4 out of 5, and that education and awareness are perceived to be the most effective measure to reduce collisions with wildlife.
Albertans believe that wildlife vehicle collisions in their part of the province are a problem, with an average score of 3.4 out of 5, where 1 is not very serious and 5 is very serious. When asked what the most effective measure in terms of reducing collisions with wildlife is, increased education and awareness was rated the most effective (3.8 out of 5). In addition, over three quarters (78%) of Albertans think there is a need for more education and awareness on the hazards of wildlife on highways. [Excerpted from report]