Donegal motorists are being warned to be on full alert for the deer on our roads.
The Irish Deer Alliance says that deer breeding is at its peak in the months of September and October.
There are an estimated 2,000 deer in Donegal with a further 300 within the boundaries within Glenveagh National Park.
Chairman of the Irish Deer Alliance, Liam Nolan, said drivers should mindful at this time of year of deer on the roads….
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