For those who want to know more about Animal Pathways, here are some resources:
- Animal-pathway and Wildlife Association
- YouTube videos by Association Animal-pathway and Wildlife
- Hokuto City Forestry Section: Pioneering development of Animal Pathways nationwide
- Research and achievements on Animal Pathways for arboreal animals by Hiroshi Komatsu from Shimizu Construction
- Taisei Construction: Volunteer efforts in creating nest boxes for Yamane
Various animal bridges connecting forests and woodlands
- A report on squirrel road (Eco-Road) in large-scale residential development from Shimizu Construction Research Institute
- Introduction page on bridges for flying squirrels by Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine in Hokkaido
- Introduction page on suspension bridge projects for orangutans by Borneo Conservation Trust
- News articles about the Yamane Bridge in the UK
Media coverage on Animal-pathways
- News article on asahi.com: “Animal bridges on public roads, if effective, will spread nationwide”
- Introduction of the manga “ZOOKEEPER” featuring Animal -pathways. Yamane appears in volumes 6 and 7, and the story includes discussions on Animal Pathways.
- Keep Association: Yamane Museum
- EnWhit Co., Ltd.
- Shimizu Construction Co., Ltd.
- Taisei corporation
- Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) Nature Conservation Council
- NTT East Japan Co., Ltd.
- Japan Federation of Construction Contractors
*Please also visit the “World Similar Examples” page for information on animal bridges.
*The “Media Coverage Examples” page also provides links to websites.
|DVD for the Promotion of Anima-pathways||DVD||Animal-pathway Research Group||Animal-pathway Research Group||→Contact|
|Environmental CSR Declaration||Book||Dobunkan Publishing Co., Ltd.||Editor: Japan Business Federation Nature Conservation Council||4-495-37781-6|
| “Do You Know Yamane?”|
Fascinating Observations of Yamane
|Book||sukiji Shokan||Shusaku Minato||4-806-71213-2|
Presentations and Papers at Conferences and Academic Societies
|March 15, 2010||Conference and Academic Society||Ecological Society of Japan||57th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan|
|February 27, 2009||Conference and Academic Society||Wildlife and Transportation||8th Wildlife and Transportation Conference。|
|December 3, 2008||Conference and Academic Society||Technical Exchange Meeting of the Japan Environmental Assessment Association||Participation: PDF available on the web|
For those who support the activities of Animal-pathways
EnWhit produces and sells goods featuring illustrations of arboreal animals. 10% of the sales proceeds are dedicated to activities that protect arboreal animals and their habitats, contributing to the promotion of Animal Pathways.
The illustrations depict animals associated with Animal Pathways and were created by wildlife artist Masayuki Yabunouchi. Your support is greatly appreciated.