A wildlife rescue volunteer called for more help and education around roadkill

Duncan Bailey
Updated December 6 2022 - 3:47pm, first published 2:39pm
An estimated 32 animals are killed every hour on Tasmanian roads. Picture supplied
An estimated 32 animals are killed every hour on Tasmanian roads. Picture supplied

The Tasmanian government released a new roadkill app last week in an effort to reduce the incidence of wildlife roadkill on Tasmanian roads, but a volunteer from Tasmania's largest wildlife rescue service said the focus is in the wrong place.

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Duncan Bailey

Duncan Bailey

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Duncan is The Examiner's health reporter and is passionate about all things happening in the North-East. Got a story? Get in touch: duncan.bailey@examiner.com.au

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