Pronghorn Antelope seem to have an uncanny ability to find roadways that are safer to cross than murder alley sorts of highways and byways. Writer James Giago Davies says you can travel hundreds of miles out west and never see a pronghorn roadkill.
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Some species are sitting ducks when it comes to being roadkill. Others have a knack and a seeming inborn instinct on just where and when to cross the roadway. You can travel hundreds of miles in the west and never see a Pronghorn roadkill. And coyotes seem to have a know how when it comes to being highway jaywalkers, too. Award winning writer James Giago Davies has penned a compelling and interesting article on these little studied and hardly known facts, with this story appearing a few days ago on "Daily Kos". Mother Nature sometimes takes care of her own, but not all, Davies posits.