Reports of many deer dead along Sask. highways
Search for food leads to carnage after long winter
It's always a good idea to keep an eye out for animals such as deer and moose along Saskatchewan highways.
At this time of year the animals are hungry after a long winter of deep snow, and the winter has been longer and harsher than usual this year.
With the snow starting to melt, deer are finding some grass in ditches along the roads.
That is leading to carnage, according to many reports on social media. Drivers say they have spotted unusually high numbers of dead deer in ditches along Saskatchewan's highways.