red deer


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red deer

the principal hunting deer; golden red-brown, large, 5 ft tall, and up to 650 lb; males have very large antlers. Called also Cervus elaphus.
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A two-years' survey on the prevalence of tuberculosis caused by Mycobacterium caprae in red deer (Cervus elaphus) in the Tyrol, Austria.
Another RSPB volunteer, Pete Carless, produced conclusive photo evidence over a year ago of a red deer in Sandwell Valley not far from the RSPB reserve, hard to believe considering the location, only four and a half miles from Birmingham's BT tower, clearly visible on the skyline from the reserve.
Red Deer authors and illustrators included both new and established names.
The plant in Red Deer has been producing ethanol since 1998.
You might also tell today's hero that however much they stand to collect from the bookies, it will be peanuts compared to the punt that was delivered by Red Deer running clear of the great mare Alice Hawthorn, who was conceding - wait for it again - no less than 5st 8lb to the winner.
The sale of the Red Deer facility is consistent with our strategy to streamline and optimize our manufacturing footprint to advance our competitive edge in the fire industry," said Marc F.
He says the main kinds of deer in the area are roe deer, muntjac deer and red deer.
However, scientists subsequently compared Irish elk body features with those of many deer and suggested that a different species, the red deer, is the extinct elk's closest living kin.
RED deer numbers are rising at such a rate that other native wildlife are being put at risk, according to a report.
Mont-Tremblant International in Quebec and Red Deer Regional Airport in Alberta may soon be able to support a broader range of commercial air services if parliamentary regulatory changes are made regarding security.
He is survived by his children John and wile Marilyn of Calgary, Christine and husband John of Red Deer, Lynn and husband Harley of Red Deer, Jim and wife Linda of Leduc; ten grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and by his brother Charlie (Del) of Didsbury.

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