Concerns are being expressed about the lack of road signage around Killarney National Park advising motorists of the presence of wild deer on approach roads in to the town. Chairman of the Kerry Deer Society Noel Grimes says people travelling into the town are unaware of the deer. The protected species primarily travel during the early morning and late evening. Noel Grimes is asking The Council to erect signage that would warn people of their presence. He says with the increased number of motorists on our roads The Council should look at putting up additional signs on the periphery of the town.
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