You may have heard that you’ll soon be able to take roadkill home to eat, but that’s not the case. SB395, also known as the “Wildlife Traffic Safety Act,” was enacted with the intent to eventually allow roadkill meat of Deer, Elk, Pronghorn Antelope or Wild Pig to be utilized. However, the legislative language does not permit the general public to collect and utilize roadkill animals. It just authorizes the California Fish and Game Commission to develop a program to allow it. If and when that happens, any such program would include a permit and a reporting process.