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Car and deer collisions are now fewer but costlier

Here's some good news for drivers, but even more so for America's deer, elk, moose and caribou population. Car crashes with these four-legged creatures have gone down during the last year by about ... read more

More deer hunting means fewer deer, fewer car collisions

According to State Farm Insurance, Missourians were 8-percent less likely to hit a deer in 2012 and 2013. A big reason why: hunting is now allowed on private property ... Louis County sees 400-600 ... read more

Deer, car collisions costly

The deer rut doesn’t start until later – November – he said. But elk are now rutting ... s records show a total of about 1 million car collisions with deer annually. These accidents kill 200 people – ... read more

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Deer-vehicle collisions in Missouri decline

“There is no question there are fewer deer ... “The deer will go ahead and walk on the highway, then all of a sudden a car comes over the hill and there is a deer standing there,” Hull said. ... read more


Rise in deer-car collisions concerns Idaho officials

More than 5,000 deer, elk and moose were killed by cars on Idaho’s roads last year, a number so high that Fish and Game officials are worried about impacts on hunting and are ramping up monitoring and ... read more

Don't Blame Deer For Collisions and Disease

Deer May Lose Sunday Day of Rest From Hunters'' (Feb. 27) blames deer for deer-car collisions and for Lyme disease ... deer numbers rebound to higher than before, as there are now fewer deer competing ... read more

Roadkill gets new life — as dinner

It can happen in a second, just as the deer’s eyes flare green or a flank gleams in the headlights: The sickening thud of impact. Now what? Deer- and elk-related car accidents can be ... There are ... read more

Deer hunting in Ridgefield’s sights

“If you stop deer hunting now, do you stop it for a year and do it ever other year? Those are the kinds of conversations that have to take place,” Marconi said. “So, we’ll see.” While car accidents .. ... read more

Fewer deer-car collisions in 2015 doesn't make a trend (editorial)

With the deer population on Staten Island pegged at 795 in the last official count but probably over 1,000 now, that's a pretty impressive ... t explain a 34 percent reduction in deer-related ... read more

Too many deer are bad for the forest

In a new study, researchers show that areas in the eastern US with high deer numbers tend to have fewer birds that need forest shrubs. Overabundant deer can spell trouble for people, including ... read more

WEST IS SURE GETTING UP TO SPEED, BUT DOES IT KNOW VALUE OF LIMITS?

Hitting a deer at 75 mph can badly damage a car or risk death for both motorist and animal ... The reason for his change in attitude, Lang said, is that he believes accidents have risen since speed ... read more

Car and deer collisions are now fewer but costlier

Here’s some good news for drivers, but even more so for America’s deer, elk, moose and caribou population. Car crashes with these four-legged creatures have gone down during the last year by about ... read more



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