axis deer


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Related to axis deer: Chital Deer, Spotted deer

axis deer

a native of India and Sri Lanka; has three-tined antlers. Called also Axis axis, chital.
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Prime target species include abundant axis deer, Polynesian wild boar, mouflon, Corsican and Moreno sheep, Spanish goats and even wild Rio Grande turkey.
When Bill and I arrived at Frank's place the next morning, Frank had already found a big herd of axis deer.
Crews aboard sailing ships arriving during the early 1800s liberated goats and domestic sheep to serve as a ready source of food on return voyages, and the animals thrived, More recently, private landowners wanting to establish huntable herds imported axis deer from India and mouflon sheep from the Mediterranean.
Other warm-weather states like Hawaii and Florida have huntable numbers of axis deer.
I've stalked wild boar while they fed on freshly fallen guava fruit, approached axis deer whose ears barely topped the high grass and even arrowed a big Rio Grande turkey who failed to spot me first.
Then a group of axis deer and sika deer came into the meadow in front of the blind.
Seventh Prize Winner will receive a 3-day exotics hunt for Axis deer and hogs at Klint Graf's South Texas Outfitters, in May of 2005.
Axis deer are extremely wary and have acute senses of vision, smell, and hearing, and stalking them in Molokai's high country has provided me with many memorable hunting moments.
I had shadowed several big mouflon rams through a landscape littered with ewes, lambs, axis deer and turkeys.
Over the course of another century and a half of colonization, European settlers introduced a wide variety of big game animals from the Old World, including stag, fallow and axis deer, chamois, and tahr.
The chital or cheetal, also known as spotted deer or axis deer, is a species of deer that is native in the subcontinent.
Normal haematological values of axis deer (Axis axis), Pere David's deer (Elaphurus davidianus) and barasingha (Cervus duvauceli).