Animals on roads should be at the "forefront" of motorists' minds

Briannah Devlin
By Briannah Devlin
Updated May 23 2022 - 2:13am, first published May 17 2022 - 11:00pm
Wombats are up grazing when it is darker, and it is harder to see them on the roads. Picture: Penny Walsh

A WIRES carer has said the "predominant" reason wombats become orphans, is due to collisions with vehicles, which is more likely as it gets colder and darker.

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Briannah Devlin

Briannah Devlin

Journalist

I like to write about arts, entertainment and property for the Southern Highland News and Goulburn Post, but also report on everything in between. If you have any tips, please send them to Briannah.Devlin@austcommunitymedia.com.au.

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