On a long drive this past Sunday, I saw a fresh dead skunk on the road every few miles. It sure looked like a bad night for skunks since all of them had been hit by cars. What’s going on?
The short answer: Breeding season. Breeding season usually starts in late January. Males can travel up to four or five miles a night, but are reluctant to flee when endangered, so they just get hammered on the roadways.
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