Road to table: Wyoming's got a new app for claiming roadkill

A sign alongside U.S. 287 southeast of Lander, Wyoming, warns drivers to watch out for elk crossing the highway on Friday, March 4, 2022. A new state of Wyoming mobile app that allows people to claim roadkill to eat will provide highway officials and biologists with data that will help them decide where to put such signs. (Mead Gruver/AP)

A sign alongside U.S. 287 southeast of Lander, Wyoming, warns drivers to watch out for elk crossing the highway on Friday, March 4, 2022. A new state of Wyoming mobile app that allows people to claim roadkill to eat will provide highway officials and biologists with data that will help them decide where to put such signs. (Mead Gruver/AP)

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