State officials are warning drivers in Iowa to be careful on the highways this month because deer are once again on the move.
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources says fawns are being born and does are running off their young bucks.
DNR biologist Tim Thompson says May has the second-highest rate of collisions between vehicles and deer, and drivers need to be alert.
November has the highest rate of deer road kill. It's the breeding season and the harvest is almost done, which means they've lost a primary hiding spot in corn fields.