At this time of year, wildlife is on the move. Deer are being sighted in almost every residential community, crossing busy streets and foraging for food where ever greenery remains. Their best chance of surviving a long cold winter is to eat as much healthy nutritious food while the food supply is still available. Deer tend to dart out very quickly, so it is really important to slow down by 5 or 10 km per hour as we drive and to keep our eyes glancing left to right, especially at dawn and dusk.
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