Car-deer collisions keeping highway departments busy

You do not have to travel far in Door and Kewaunee Counties to see deer carcasses on the side of the road. Right now is the second highest period of activity for deer in the state as does look for places to give birth and fawns scramble to look for their mothers. Door County Highway Commissioner John Kolodziej says this has been a busy time like it is every year as crews remove deer during their four-day, 10-hour summer work week.

Kolodziej estimates the Door County Highway Department removes approximately 400 deer from area roadways every year.

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