RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A study aimed at reducing collisions between vehicles and animals is targeting a section of Interstate 64 near Waynesboro. Lead researcher Bridget Donaldson tells the Richmond Times-Dispatch (http://bit.ly/VKnL15 ) that 30 percent of the accidents on the 18 mile-section are collisions with wildlife. Motion-activated cameras have been placed along the highway…
Loudoun County Animal Services says none of the animals left skinned and under a
bridge last month was domesticated. For example, none was a dog – they were all wildlife.
How many pets are too many? In Alexandria, there\’s a legal limit to the number of pets residents can have.