Animal accidents

A sign warns drivers of an animal casualty ahead

Portable signs

This idea was originally initiated by the National Park Authority. Agisters leave a temporary sign up at the site of an animal accident to raise awareness of where the incident happened. Because they are temporary they attract more attention than permanent signs, so the effort involved in putting them out and then taking them back in is felt worthwhile.

The yellow and black, triangular signs state that an animal casualty has happened at that spot in the last week; prompting other drivers to be vigilant on the roads and to slow down near to forest animals and give them a wide berth.

  1. Animal accidents
  2. Animal accident film clip
  3. What’s being done?
  4. Route-specific initiatives
  5. Portable signs (you are here)
  6. Who is doing what?


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