Tag:man_made=wildlife_crossing

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Public-images-osm logo.svg man_made = wildlife_crossing
Cerviduct.jpg
Description
Structure that allow animals to cross human barriers safely.
Used on these elements
should not be used on nodesmay be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
Wikidata
Status: in use

According to Wikipedia Wildlife crossings are man_made=* structures that allow animals to cross human barriers safely. Usually they are combined with channeling fences on either side of the crossing. They allow connections between habitats and assist in avoiding collisions between vehicles and animals.

How to Map

Draw an area area around all of the grounds and add man_made=wildlife_crossing.

Tags to use in combination

Examples

Ecoduct

Ecoduct.jpg Mf way.png area way / area
man_made=wildlife_crossing
bridge=yes
layer=1
name=*
Comment:
  • Ecoducts are viaducts or overpasses for migrating animals.
  • The structure looks like a bridge with natural surface.
  • A ramp at an end of a bridge is not part of the bridge. A ramp can be tagged as embankment=*
  • The part of the highway under the bridge can be tagged with covered=yes.

Tunnel

Bear underpass écoducOurs.jpg Mf way.png area way / area
man_made=wildlife_crossing
tunnel=yes
layer=-1
name=*
Comment:
  • Underpass tunnels or tubes are used for amphibian and small animals such as otters.
  • Larger underpass tunnels are also used by large mammals (notably bears)

Fish ladder

Cmglee Uppsala fish ladder.jpg Mf way.png way
waterway=fish_pass
name=*
Comment:
  • Also known as a fishway, fish pass or fish steps.
  • A constructed series of pools arranged like steps to enable fish to pass an obstacle.
  • See Fish ladder on Wikipedia

Bat Bridge

Batbridge.jpg Mf way.png way
man_made=wildlife_crossing
wildlife_crossing=bat_bridge
Comment:
  • A gantry or series of wires across a major road.
  • See Bat Bridge on Wikipedia