We are on the look out for road killed birds of any species all the time. ATM we are scoring all-time lows: one dead bird per around 500km of country travel. This travel was mostly through the country that has been smashed by the drought.
Maybe Spring will liven up the roadkill tally?
FWIW, I have never found a White-winged Chough road kill.
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