Deer & Deer Hunting

8 REASONS WHY WE HIT DEER

DEER HABITS, DEER NEEDS AND OUR HABITS — THEY ALL CONVERGE TO CREATE AUTUMN CARNAGE ON OUR ROADS.

No one wants to see an airborne doe with bulging eyes heading right for the windshield, even if she does end up sailing right over the car. And no one feels good about driving a four-wheel drive truck over a fawn in the middle of the night, breaking her back, even though there’s virtually no damage to the truck. I was the driver in both examples. Hitting deer is dangerous, costly and sickening.

Deer pose one of the greatest risks to drivers all across America. In states with high deer populations, Interstate highways are littered with them. They lie along rural roads too, sometimes a few steps from the family mailbox. People make jokes about a deer bagging a driver, but it’s no joke. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety

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