Is it ok to pick up a roadkill pheasant to take home to eat if I see one in the road. How can you tell if it is safe to consume. What needs to be done to prepare it if it is ok Ie gutting etc?

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If it's "roadkill pheasant" I doubt that there is much undamaged meat to even consume. That being said, if you're the car that killed it, it would be fine, otherwise I wouldn't try it as you don't know how long it's been there.

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