You can find this Wyoming app where the rubber hits the road. Or at least the animal on it. I’m Amy E. Feldman.
Wyoming highway and wildlife officials recently rolled out an app that makes it possible for people to claim the deer, elk, moose, bison, or wild turkeys that are killed on highways so they can take the roadkill home to eat it. I think I might stick to Instagram as my app of choice although they both do seem to involve photos of animals and/or your dinner.
Many people are surprised to learn that roadkill is legal to eat in 30 states. State laws vary, though, and many limit the animals that may be consumed. In Pennsylvania and New Jersey, for example, it’s legal to pick up road-killed deer from highways for the edible parts. But in most states that allow you to eat roadkill, you have to contact the game commission, often within 24 hours before you eat it, although you might want to check with your friends on Instagram to see which wine it pairs best with.