By Terry Kovarik
Car-deer accidents are all-too-common in Wisconsin and Door County, especially in November during hunting season. So who’s responsible for deer carcasses left along roadways? It depends on where an animal carcass is left. There is no standard removal plan in Wisconsin. Door County Highway Department Patrol Supervisor Thad Ash says each county can have its own method of dealing with road kill.
If you see a deer carcass along a roadway in Door County you can notify the Door County Highway Department and they’ll handle removal.