It's an interesting idea. Maybe some species are better at it than others too
with some, like galahs, featuring more as road kill, than others, like ravens,
which are much less common despite both feeding on roadsides.
On 23/08/2013, at 6:31 AM, Peter Shute <> wrote:
> According to this article from today's Age, birds on roads react to according
> to the average traffic speed rather than actual vehicle speeds, and therefore
> "strictly enforcing speed limits could reduce bird collisions."
> Peter Shute
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