black-tailed deer


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Related to black-tailed deer: Chital, mule deer, Odocoileus hemionus, roe deer

black-tailed deer

see odocoileushemionus columbiana.
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Using these associations, I classified species according to how they used the landscape: human-adapted species were domesticated or commensal species that depend to some degree on human habitation, such as domestic cats, domestic dogs, and rats; suburban-adaptable species were dependent on human presence in the local area or species minimally affected by use of land including black-tailed jackrabbits, California ground squirrels, Virginia opossums, raccoons, striped skunks, and red foxes; human-sensitive species, such as western gray squirrels and black-tailed deer (although their numbers were low), were those found principally in oak-woodland habitat.
In a 1995 report, a cluster of household cases was linked with eating jerky made from Black-Tailed deer meat, and a sporadic case in 1987 of O157 infection in Washington State was linked to venison (4).
Aircraft #N926FR features a black-tailed deer fawn on each side of its tail and on its wingtips and aircraft #N805FR features a great gray owl.
Mice, gerbils, black-tailed deer, and some antelopes--among other animals--use scents in courtship, usually as attractants, he says.
Roosevelt elk, black-tailed deer, cougar, and black bear are common.
On the trail, you may see black-tailed deer and even bobcat and gray fox.
The area includes some of the region's highest densities of black-tailed deer and elk, according to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Deer-predator relationships: a review of recent North American studies with emphasis on mule and black-tailed deer.
Matthew Island, and black-tailed deer and later wolves on Coronation Island provided seminal works that had far-reaching effects on current approaches to wildlife ecology, especially to the understanding of plant-animal interactions and density-dependent processes.
Virtual hunters can scout for such game as whitetail deer, Alaska-Yukon moose, black bear, California bighorn sheep, Central Canada caribou, American bison, desert mule deer and Columbia black-tailed deer, all in their natural habitats.
It's on the edge of a meadow frequented by black-tailed deer.