Deer are likely to be more active and roam outside of their territory during mating season, so it’s important for drivers to exercise caution. By the end of this guide, you’ll know what deer look like and how they behave in order to avoid an accident. – Deer are typically a docile species. They may be more active during mating season, so drivers should exercise caution when they see one on the side of the road or in their headlights at night. This is especially important for drivers who have seen deer cross signs that warn about crossing animals and those driving up hills with steep grades. – The front legs of deer can reach several feet off the ground to detect changes in wind direction as well as scents from other members of their herd or predators like coyotes and wolves. Their back legs are also long enough to provide stability while they stand upright to eat grasses and leaves from trees; this means it’s easy for them to be spooked by an approaching car if there isn’t


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