Dry conditions mean deer are on the move, and authorities want drivers close to Lubbock to be extra safe this summer. Game Warden Ted Davies says deer migrate towards water and green grass in the early morning and late evening hours. If you plan to drive around this time, slow down and be watchful of curbs and bar ditches where deer are most likely to be. "Your safety takes precedence over theirs. You know you dont wanna put your family, if youve got your family with you, put them in harms way to try to avoid a deer collision. Dont over correct it, dont steer away to avoid it," says Davies. Steering away from a deer can often be more dangerous when youre traveling at high speeds. To avoid an accident, slow down on rural roads.