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Deer activity, accident potential increases in fall


Deer become more active in the fall. With temperatures falling and increased activity, the Nebraska State Patrol urges drivers to be more alert on roadways.

According to information from the patrol and Nebraska Game and Parks, deer pose a potentially dangerous threat to themselves and the occupants of vehicles traveling Nebraska’s highways and country roads, especially during October and November.

There are many different reasons that drivers may see an increase in deer on the the roadways in the fall.

As the harvest begins, crop and cover patterns will change quickly and daylight hours...

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