Want Roadkill? There is an application for this! The Roadkill Art app!

It takes two to load a big game, who is your Roadkill Buddy?

The murder report allows a photo, video and assessment of the condition.

Click on a location marker near you, find out the state of the murder.

We need to work together to get it while it's still fresh.

Our biggest competitor to game meat is the vulture, not each other

The Roadkill Art app changed the image of road killing from “disgusting” to “edible,” with a rating chart so members could report the status of the murder.

Pull it off the road, process it, grill it, eat it, then turn it into art, Roadkill Art. ”

“Cody Kriminger.”

MT PLEASANT, SC, USA, June 25, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – It is exciting to come across a deer or big game on the side of the road, if fresh 100 pounds or more meat can be processed and eaten. It is also exciting to go to the free Roadkill Art app with the intention of finding a fresh big game 5-10-20 minutes from a specific place that is already marked in the app. It’s now so easy to get big game or any game without a day of hunting just by checking out the Roadkill Art app for daily reported road kills.

When you sign up to use the app, a notification will appear stating, “Would Roadkill Art want to access your location?”, Select “Allow once” or “Allow using the app” to have a killing location. marked on “Map” and in “List view”. With the introduction of Uber’s GEO Tracking, the world has the ability to track location, including the Roadkill Art app, which gives meat lovers fresh meat right at their fingertips for a moment.

The best way to report road homicides in the app is to place a cell phone on the dashboard facing the front window with the app on the phone’s home page. When something delayed appears, tap the app icon, when the map appears, tap the orange bar at the bottom of the page, the location of the murder is already reported. The app then allows you to capture a road accident, up to thirty seconds of video with voice commentary and an assessment of the state of the murder by selecting one of 8 descriptions.

1. I’m not sure if it’s good or not.
2. I claim to be back in 30 minutes to pick it up.
3. Just hit me well for a pickup.
4. This is NOT a road trip, I was just hunting for sharing.
5. Small is in good shape, suitable for art.
6. I pulled the hair on his belly, it didn’t come out, good for taking.
7. It is NOT a murder, it is alive, it is close to the road.
8. It is not fresh, it is useful only for vultures.

Download the test report app to get a quick look before you start this great game:

Link to Apple Store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/roadkill-art/id1573201332
Link to the Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.innodel.roadkillart

There is a distance icon in the upper right corner of the Map View and List View pages, set to 50 miles. It can be set to 5 miles or 5,000 miles by checking what is reported exactly in the neighborhood or what is reported all the way to Alaska. I wonder who got this £ 1,000 moose and how on earth they loaded it, check out the videos. Ideally, you should have a road killing partner, one driving and the other having road killing eyes while navigating the app. Teamwork increases the chances of loading a great game and maintains safety when working with any traffic when stopping.

Our biggest competitor in road killings is not each other when it comes to first killing on the road, it’s a vulture called the cleaning crew from the US Centers for Natural Resources and Wildlife. The vulture frees the landscape from deteriorating carcasses and helps limit the spread of dangerous diseases and bacteria. Their stomachs have strong enzymes that destroy dangerous toxins after ingestion and digestion, which stops the spread of chronic low back disease, botulism, salmonella and rabies among other animals and humans.

https://www.wildlifecenter.org/vulture-facts

Spending a lot of time on the edge of the road and on the road, the vulture itself appears as a favorite food, killing the road. It is concluded that vultures are not good to eat, have a lot of bones and little meat, the meat they have is super full of muscle fiber, which makes it super chewy and have a very playful taste. If you are determined to eat Vulture, try them in soup, put them in a meat grinder and make Vultureburgers, enhancing the taste with cheese, bacon or onions.

How many vultures do we face when it comes to road killings? Our bird populations come from Bird Christmas, a bird count in the Western Hemisphere that is performed annually by birdwatching volunteers. The number of black vultures reported in American circles in the 2021-2022 season is 86,611. Keep in mind that this is not a population number, but an observation number. One day a year the birds are counted, so if we multiply 86,611 x 364 = 31,526,404, we have a minimum of 31 million black vultures in the United States. The census covers a lot of land in the United States, but not the whole, we can assume that the number of black vultures is higher. Be quick to report on the whole fresh hit game, we want to eat it before the vultures.

https://www.audubon.org/conservation/science/christmas-bird-count

Once the homicide report is complete, a location marker immediately appears in the Map app, anyone can click on that location marker and see the exact location, photo, and video of the road accident. (see photo above) “List view” is for fast scrolling through all reported crashes. When you encounter a road accident or accidentally bump into an animal, report it, even if you take it, you will warn others of a potentially visited crossing or location, if not taken, you have made the game available to someone else, even a soup kitchen, providing them from 100 to 1000 pounds of meat.

Roadkill Art invites meat lovers and those who want to give a deer, wild boar, moose, moose, squirrel, raccoon, etc., to try to be part of a unique community. The simple task of reporting road kills in the Roadkill Art app can lead to the provision of delicious food dishes with game meat to many people.

Janet Arno
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