Be Aware of Wildlife in Fading Daylight

As the amount of daylight across the Kenai Peninsula continues to shrink, and clocks are turned back an hour this weekend, drivers are reminded there are plenty of four-legged Alaskans near local roads.


We’ve previouly spoken to Fish and Game Area management Biologist Larry Lewis


Lewis: “It may seem obvious, but leave a little be earlier and slowing down a little bit in the morning and when we come home at night, because now we’re going to be getting into the peak time of the year when we generically have more vehicular collisions with wildlife. That’s directly correlated with the amount of daylight we have going to work and coming home”

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