By Mark Shuller - Email
VERSAILLES, IN (FOX19) – It's early fall in southeastern Indiana and the deer are beginning to move more. With cooler temperatures, farmers harvesting their crops, hunters taking to the woods, and the mating season or "rut" coming up in the next few weeks, deer movement is more prevalent than it was during the hot, dry summer months.
Motorists are encouraged to use extra caution when traveling the rural areas particularly around corn or bean fields and those roadways where wooded areas are near the roadside. Deer movement is usually more prevalent after dark and during the pre-dawn hours.