Edmonton biologist urges cities to cull roadkill July 1, 2011 Canada





Edmonton biologist urges cities to cull roadkill July 1, 2011 Canada Transportation CBC.ca

University of Alberta biologist Mark Boyce says the city can reduce vehicle collisions with deer by better sightlines and lower speed limits... he found that the most dangerous roadways share three features; bushes that run to the roadside, pass through a landscape of farms and forest and higher speed limits. "The worst places are where the vegetation comes right up to the road and the deer are in front of you before you know what happened," he said. The city needs to reduce speed limits and trim back vegetation along roadways and intersections frequented by deer, he said.




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