Flood Warning

Drive Safely, Watch Out for Deer

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June is the month with the highest number of deer versus vehicle collisions. (WHO-HD)

IOWA  —  The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is warning motorists to look out for deer.

Early June is the second busiest month for deer versus vehicle collisions; November is the first. Does may be wandering into non-traditional areas to give birth during this time.

Officials warn never to swerve to avoid hitting a deer. The DNR also says if you see a fawn, leave it alone even if it appears abandoned.

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