"Listeners of a North Dakota radio station got a good laugh when an incensed caller complained about the government putting up deer crossing signs in high-traffic areas. But the caller, only identified as Donna, didn’t seem to understand that such signs aren’t for deer to be told where they can cross — but rather for drivers..."
“'I’ve even seen [the signs] on the interstate,' Donna said on the
Fargo-area radio station, Y94 Playhouse. 'Why are we encouraging deer to
cross at the interstate?' But her questioning didn’t end there. 'It seems to me that it’s so irresponsible of us to allow these deer
crossings to be in an area where these deer are so likely to be struck
by oncoming traffic,' she said."