Just looking at a web page Titled, "Deer Collisions Project", wich is "a project administered by the Deer Initiative". It states that it is estimated that between 42000 and 74000 deer are involved in traffic collisions anually, in the UK !!!!!!!!!!!! Is it me or do those numbers seem credible?? Firstly where are the figures from, being a difference of 32000 THIRTY TWO THOUSAND!!!!! between high and low! Bad estimation, or even poorer guess work! 32000 anual deer collisions would mean 615.38 deer collisions a week, and 74000 means 1423 a week!! Now wouldn't this sort of carnage mean that the verge's of most roads, in places where deer are common, were littered with wounded or rotting deer? Surely the uk deer population could not stand this sort of decimation! Notwithstanding, public outcry from regular deer RTA's. I.m not saying RTA's dont involve deer, but i see rabbit, fox,badger, squirrel,polecat(ferret) and even otter roadkill but Ive yet to come accross deer! I know N Wales isn't a deer hot spot , must mean you chaps elsewhere must be living on your wits!