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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Mortality causes and survival estimates for adult female Columbian black-tailed deer.
In this ecosystem, Sitka Black-tailed Deer (Odocoileus hemionus sitkensis) are the dominant large ungulate (Hanley 1993; Alaska Department of Fish and Game 2009).
I contracted the capture of female black-tailed deer by net gunning from a helicopter in 2012-2014 and fitted each deer with GPS Plus collars and VITs.
Dispersion and habitat use by sympatric Columbian white-tailed deer and Columbian black-tailed deer.
Cervidae) through the use of skeletal remains (excluding the skull) is pelvic suspensory tuberosity presence/absence in white-tailed (Odocoileus virginianus) and black-tailed deer (Odocoileus hemionus columbianus).
Variations of the Elk Cult also existed, devoted to the black-tailed deer and long-tailed deer, both probably subdivisions of the Elk Cult.
Survival, cause-specific mortality, and harvesting of male black-tailed deer in Washington.
After all, these non-native species were eating the same shrubs, forbs, and leafy vegetation as the native black-tailed deer and tule elk, a species that had all but gone extinct until the Park Service reintroduced the elk to the area with great effort and expense in 1978.
The growth rate of the black-tailed deer (Odocoileus hemionus columbianus).
In Canada we have to contend with white-tailed deer, the number one pest, moose (called elk in Europe), mule or black-tailed deer and elk (called red deer in Europe).