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SALEM — Oregon reported October and November are peak months for vehicle collisions with big game, and that means also means the possibly of more wildlife salvage.

State fish and wildlife and the department of transportation in a report Monday, Oct. 17, reported more than 6,000 vehicle collisions with deer and elk occur every year in Oregon, though the actual number is likely higher, as many collisions go unreported.

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