A sad sight to see this week as a lovely deer was found dead at the side of the Formby Bypass, opposite RAF Woodvale.
The British Dear Society note that May is a peak time for deer vehicle collisions and many of them will be roe deer.
Fast vehicles versus native British wildlife – nature loses out every time!
All drivers are asked to be especially vigilant. Would a few well-placed deer warning signs be helpful in saving lives along this fast road?
Above: deer were also spotted last autumn on Ainsdale mosslands, close to Segars Lane .
Wildlife has apparently edged nearer to human habitation. This is possibly due to Covid lockdown restrictions making the countryside a quieter place.
Additional information can be accessed from the British Deer Society:
NB. Please see the following link for news of other wildlife in the Southport area:
Above: a red squirrel pictured in an Ainsdale garden.
Our wonderful British wildlife needs all the help it can get!