Friday Harbor High School juniors Marshall Clark and Lucas Chevalier are selling deer whistles as a part of their high school community project. Their goal is raising awareness of the danger of car/deer collisions on San Juan Island. They are selling the smallest deer whistles available. They attach to the grill or bumper on the front of your car/truck/motorcycle and when reaching a speed of 35 mph or more they emit a sound frequency that may stop the deer from running into your path. The device manufacturer claims they are 90% effective.
Clark and Chevalier will be selling the devices from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 5 at Market Place in Friday Harbor. The cost is $5 each. All profits benefit Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.