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Must-Know Deer Attacks Statistics [Recent Analysis]

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"Approximately 120 deer-vehicle collisions happen every day in the United States."

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"In the United States, there are about 200 deaths per year as a result of deer-related accidents."

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"Most deer-vehicle collisions occur between October and December."

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"West Virginia has the highest rate of deer-vehicle collisions, with a 1 in 46 chance of hitting a deer."

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"In 2021, deer attacks in Japan’s Nara Park caused 12 injuries in one week."

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"There have been 45 deer-vehicle collisions on Indianapolis International Airport’s property since 2020, causing $200,000 in damage."

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"Due to deer population management, deer-related accidents in Fairfax County, Virginia, decreased by 28% between 1998 and 2014."

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"The majority of deer-involved accidents in Indiana occur in November, making up over 22% of annual deer-involved crashes."

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"Illinois saw a 13% decrease in deer-vehicle collisions from 2016 to 2017."

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"In Michigan, Oakland County had the highest number of deer-related crashes at 1,847 in 2020."

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"In Wisconsin, Dane County reported 863 deer-vehicle crashes in 2019, the highest in the state."

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"Deer-related accidents in New York State peaked at 35,000 in 2016 but decreased to 31,000 by 2019."

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"In 2016, there were 29 deer attacks on humans in the United Kingdom."

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"In 2018, 5.6% of New Jersey drivers reported hitting a deer, the highest percentage of any US state."

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"In 2014, there were 1,433 moose-vehicle collisions,3500 elk-vehicle collisions, and 8000 deer-vehicle collisions in Sweden."

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"From 2010 to 2019, the number of reported deer-related accidents in Maryland dropped by 39%, from nearly 4,000 to around 2,500."

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