Wildlife on the move: Season brings increase of animal-vehicle collisions

Special to The SUN
Without warning, at almost any time of day or night, motorists can encounter the sudden movement of wildlife crossing the road. Vehicle collisions with wildlife happen year-round, but statistics indicate that the migration of animals to their wintering habitats can lead to higher incidents of animal-vehicle collisions (AVC) during the fall and winter seasons.

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This story was posted on November 2, 2017.