Long-lasting wildlife barriers.
Project Duration Suitability: Up to 50 years
Our low-impact permanent wildlife fencing has been the first choice exclusion barrier for biologists and contractors since 2005.
The Animex anti-climb technology combined with its 100% recycled material formula makes it the most durable and environmentally friendly animal control fencing available.
Collaboratively designed by biologists, engineers, and contractors, Animex products consider all on-site challenges and strive to ensure installation is made simple whilst retaining a reliable barrier for controlling the movement of animals.
Fencing Specifications & Installation Guides
In compliance with Special-Status Species (SSS) & Species At Risk (SAR) guidelines
Metallic Alloy: Lifetime Fencing Solution
Our unique metallic modular system is the ultimate lifetime-lasting wildlife fencing solution. Each fence is specifically designed to match your project and is supplied in easy-to-install modular panels made up of our unique metal alloy.
Fibre Reinforced: Lifetime Fencing Solution
Our unique fibre reinforced fencing system is an extremely durable low-cost solution for long-term applications. Our technologies enable us to utilize various unique materials to create extremely durable and effective hybrids to suit the needs of your project.
- Location: Bruce Peninsula National Park, ON, Canada
- Target Species: Turtles & Snakes
- Fence: AMX 40 Permanent (Roadside Embankment)
Parks Canada aimed to mitigate risk to wildlife from a growth in visitor numbers by installing wildlife crossing structures and eco-fencing at various hotspots. The Animex fencing installation was overseen by Eco Kare and was attached to the wing walls of the eco-passage and then extended along the roadside. To raise awareness, the parks authority released a series of videos to educate visitors about the reason for the fencing in the hope they would positively alter driving behaviors. Monitoring of the passages has revealed they are used by a wide variety of species to safely move through areas of the park divided by the road.
Popular Target Species
Special-Status Species (SSS) & Species At Risk (SAR)
- Northern leopard frog Rana pipiens
- California red-legged frog Rana draytonii
- Oregon spotted frog Rana pretiosa
- Alameda whipsnake Masticophis lateralis euryxanthus
- Pine snake Pituophis melanoleucus
- Eastern foxsnake Pantherophis gloydi
- Butler’s gartersnake Thamnophis butleri
- Massasauga Sistrurus catenatus
- Timber rattlesnake Crotalus horridus
- Prairie rattlesnake Crotalus viridis
- Eastern fox snake Pantherophis gloydi
- Eastern indigo snake Drymarchon corais couperi
- Blunt-nosed leopard lizard Gambelia sila
- Coachella Valley fringe-toed lizard Uma inornata
- Texas horned lizard Phrynosoma cornutum
- California tiger salamander Ambystoma californiense
- Blue-spotted salamander Ambystoma laterale
- Jefferson salamander Ambystoma jeffersonianum
- Western tiger salamander Ambystoma mavortium
- Eastern tiger salamander Ambystoma tigrinum
- Arroyo toad Anaxyrus californicus
- Houston toad Bufo houstonensis
- Yosemite toad Anaxyrus canorus
- Fowler’s toad Anaxyrus fowleri
- Great plains toad Anaxyrus cognatus
- Western toad Anaxyrus boreas
- Giant kangaroo rat Dipodomys ingens
- Water vole Arvicola amphibius
- Stephens’ kangaroo rat Dipodomys stephensi
Turtle & Tortoise
- Blanding’s turtle Emydoidea blandingii
- Spotted turtle Clemmys guttata
- Painted turtle Chrysemys picta
- Wood turtle Glyptemys insculpta
- Snapping turtle Chelydra serpentina
- Bog turtle Clemmys muhlenbergii
- Eastern box turtle Terrapene carolina
- Western pond turtle Actinemys marmorata
- Ornate box turtle Terrapene ornatav
- Spotted turtle Clemmys guttata
- Desert tortoise Gopherus agassizii