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white-tailed deer

called also Odocoileus virginianus (syn. Dama virginianus). A small, 3 ft high at the withers, graceful red to gray true deer with a distinctive white tail.
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Mortality patterns of white-tailed deer in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
For example, six of nine national park units within the western Great Lakes region contain overabundant white-tailed deer populations that have or are presently adversely affecting native vegetation (e.
Columbian white-tailed deer occur in two distinct population segments: 1) the Lower Columbia River population, found in Wahkiakum County in Washington, and Clatsop and Columbia counties in Oregon; and 2) the Douglas County population in southwestern Oregon.
Surprisingly, wild boar, record-weight white-tailed deer and turkey are also commonly hunted in Mexico, especially in areas just south of the Texas border.
All the evidence suggests that white-tailed deer most easily contract and spread the illness.
White-tailed deer body size increases with latitude (Baker 1984), and antler size is expected to increase with latitude as well.
The medicinal trade is also affecting deer species, like white-tailed deer, moose, caribou and elk.
The deer tick, primarily carried by white-tailed deer and white-footed mice, can attach itself to pets and people.
hunting white-tailed deer during a news-breaking 1991 hunt in Texas.
The seven year old white-tailed deer died at a farm in Reynoldsville, Jefferson County, on Sept.
Our students begin by exploring the historical Native American views of deer and then lead into the current population status of the local Pennsylvania white-tailed deer and the controversial aspects concerning their impact upon the ecosystem and the conservation efforts made in an attempt to preserve such an ecosystem.
The density of white-tailed deer on Block Island is approximated at 80 to 100 per square mile.