If you live in Wyoming, there are certain things you do every year. You make sure your trampoline is securely tied down thanks to the wind. You snowshoe on Casper Mountain. And, you watch the pronghorn migrate prior to summer.

Wyoming Game and Fish shared this on their Facebook page this week.

As they said in their status update, this is Trappers Point west of Pinedale where pronghorn cross during their migration every spring. This genius idea for an overpass has been around since 2012 and makes for a much safer crossing area for the pronghorn. The Wyoming Game and Fish Facebook page said this has reduced pronghorn/vehicle collisions by over 85%. Well done.

As an added bonus, here's another migration video that Wyoming Game and Fish shared on their Facebook page. It's an elk herd near Jackson.