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August 01, 2013


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Ahmad M. Jamil

Always Keep your car's headlights on.
Deers can be scared by your car's headlights and can be kept away from coming in front of you. That is why some parts of the road have reflectors which throw car lights at a height to hit the deer's eyes.

David Robertson

Driving to Alberta from BC on July 30, 2013 there were 5 or 6 bighorn mountain sheep on the road: 1 ram with ewes following. All vehicles slowed down and stopped. Once all sheep had crossed the road we all started moving again. The best part ... about 200 metres down the road there were signs indicating bighorn sheep over the next few kilometres! Not all animals follow the signs.

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