On Weds eve I was driving from Bradford on Avon to Bath. There is a stretch where the road travels down through a steep heavily wooded hill side (Sally in the Woods). In a space of 200yds there were two freshly killed roe fawns. I stopped and moved the first which was the size of a very large hare with long legs, the other was some what larger and in the middle of the road but it was too dangerous to stop.
I have seen quite a few well grown kids with their mums in the last few weeks whilst commuting along the M5 but have never been close up to a fawn.
I know a lot get filled when they cut silage but looks as if RTA's are also a significant cause of mortality.