BISMARCK -- The fall season is typically when more deer are on the move and that also may increase your chances for a vehicle-deer collision.

“We can have deer-vehicle collisions throughout the year, but the majority of our deer-vehicle collisions are going to be in the fall months, October, November. And that's typically when we have our peak deer movement in the state," says Marty Egeland, a North Dakota Game and Fish Department education coordinator.

In this episode of North Dakota Outdoors, Mike Anderson and Egeland share tips on how you can help avoid a deer-vehicle collision and what you should do if it ever happens.

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