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Deer activity is particularly amplified during dusk and dawn, corresponding with the daily work commute, according to the release. Motorists are encouraged to alert the states Department of Transportation to any roadside dead deer by utilizing this website .
Watch Out For Deer: Plainfield Police Last month, police in Palos Park issued a similar warning, saying fall is mating season for deer, meaning a higher risk of deer out on the roads.
Watch Out for Deer Fall is here in full effect. With the red and golden landscapes, hot cider and crisp air comes an increase in car insurance claims due to animal-related crashes, especially from deer.
The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is reminding drivers to watch out for deer and moose on the roads as we move into their breeding season. Fall is peak breeding season
AAA: Watch out for deer. BALTIMORE WBFF -- It's mating season for deer in Maryland and AAA Mid-Atlantic is warning motorists to be alert. The agency says peak breeding season occurs from November
Watch out for deer November 9, 2018 by Hutch Post Staff HUTCHINSON, Kan. Mating season and the quest for more secure habitat have deer on the move this time of year, increasing the chances of vehicle collisions.
Deer will dart out in front of your car when you least expect it. Not only should we watch for a deer, but also for their three of four friends that follow the lead deer into the street.
Deer Safety: Tips for Avoiding a Collision By Dawn McCaslin GEICO Insurance Web Site Watch for the shine of eyes along the roadside and immediately begin to slow. Use your high beams whenever the road is free of oncoming traffic. This will increase your and give the deer time to get out of your way.
Its that time of year again where well start to see a lot more deer on the road and all of us in the Heartland need to be more alert while driving.
motorists: watch out for deer this fall Another autumn is almost here, and accompanying the return of high school football and colorful foliage comes a hazard: an increase in deer-vehicle crashes. Most deer-related collisions occur in October, November, and December, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
Watch out for deer: Knox County driver lucky to be unharmed. WYMT - The Knox County Sheriff's Office warns drivers to keep an eye out for deer on the road this time of year.
I saw the deer coming, I thought police are supposed to be alert and ready for anything I live on back roads, my eyes are ALWAYS scanning the sides of the roads as well as the middle. Deer pop out of nowhere fast. The cop probably had to check his pants after that near collision
Watch Out For Deer Photo Courtesy. So, I had an exciting first solo backpacking trip recently. Unfortunately, it was cut short thanks to a run in with a deer, but more on that later. First lets talk about how I planned and prepared for the trip.
Watch out for Deer Wood County Sheriff, is reminding all drivers that November is the month with the highest number of vehicle /deer crashes . October and December are second and third highest. 2017 we handled a total of 239 vehicle/deer crashes .
Column: Watch out for deer, other large wildlife. Submitted by Brett Fisher on Sat, 01/26/2019 - 5:07pm. But be careful on the roads this morning and watch for areas of black ice. Just because
Watch out for deer near Dauphin. Pixabay-A A Listen. If youre going to be driving near Dauphin in the near future, Manitoba Infrastructure and Manitoba Public Insurance want you to watch out