Wildlife warning signs are there for a reason
Drivers are being reminded to use cautious when driving around wildlife.
Spokesperson Caroline Robinson says it’s a good idea to slow down when you see a wildlife warning sign, which gives you more time to react.
She says dawn and dust are often times when they come out.
Robinson says to not approach the animal if you do hit one, but call conservation so they can deal with it appropriately.
She says animals are always unpredictable and that’s the most important thing to keep in mind.