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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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Whitetail season opens the first Saturday in September, when many bucks are still in velvet.
If he's to be the Whitetails columnist, it would be better if he presented data 99 percent of deer hunters can relate to.
As a Sitka athlete, I understand its value, and am excited about helping bring such a solid clothing solution to the whitetail market," Simpson said.
Reddish-brown in summer and gray in winter, Columbian whitetail is a medium-size deer with white rings around both eyes and a white ring around its nose.
He checked its registration and realised it was Whitetail.
Gordon Whittington, editor of North American Whitetail, the nation's most authoritative deer-hunting magazine, has spent decades researching and writing about the nation's favorite game animal.
They show whitetails in a wide range of habitats from swamp and semi-desert to farms and woodlands.
DMB Realty Network, a premier international sales and marketing company, is retained to lead sales and marketing strategies for the real estate component of Whitetail Club, an astounding community in McCall, Idaho.
I'd venture a guess that, across the range of the whitetail, more trophy dreams have come true during the three weeks around the rut than during the rest of deer season combined.
No game animal I know of can live amongst humans and go undetected like a mature whitetail.
My skin is thick, and I'm not alone when I say the time has come for a shift in attitude about whitetail management.
Somehow you messed around and missed the whitetail rut.