The fatalities of millions of animals on our nation’s roads needs to be addressed full-throttle by an NGO dedicated to mitigating this carnage. While a few organizations, on occasion, embark upon this need on a local level, none have as their mission to ameliorate the roadkill issue. The National Anti-Roadkill Project (NARP) distinguishes itself as the only entity that will be exclusively dedicated to protect wildlife from the hazards of our roads.

NARP is committed to significantly reduce the over 1 million deaths daily and countless crippling injuries that wildlife suffers as a result of vehicular traffic. This endeavor is particularly critical for endangered species, such as the Florida panther whose leading cause of mortality is motor vehicle collisions.