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What’s for dinner takes on new meaning for roadkill harvesters

WDFW issues thousands of permits annually to salvage deer and elk

A deer's legs and snout up in the air seen through the front view mirror.
During the first six years of legal roadkill salvaging, Washington harvesters removed 4,876 deer and 1,584 elk, Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife data shows. (Photo courtesy of WDFW)
By Elliott Almond CDN Contributor
Most of us have seen poor little critters on the road smashed, bashed or otherwise mutilated. Roadki

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