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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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Most animals in the herds of red deer, white fallow dear, mouflon, black backs, nilgai and spotted deer belonged to the species brought here during the 1990s.
The decision to allow Red Deer College and Grande Prairie Regional College to develop and grant undergraduate degrees is a historic move.
The Philippine Canadian Association of Red Deer and District (PCARDD) ordered more than 600 kilos of pork from Olymel, a meat plant in Red Deer known to hire temporary foreign workers from the Philippines.
The majority live in a red deer nature reserve in Qamdo Prefecture.
A Morning to Polish and Keep, Julie Lawson's "fishing story" set around Sooke, BC, with illustrations by Sheena Lott, is back in print from Red Deer Press for a new generation of readers to enjoy.
Mycobacterium caprae has been isolated from cattle, domestic goats, domestic pigs, red deer (Cervus elaphus), and wild boar (1).
It really is a celebration of Aboriginal people by the community, and this year was all about looking forward," said Tanya Schur, executive director of the Red Deer Native Friendship Society.
Government quangos including the Forestry Commission complain bitterly there are too many red deer nibbling away at small trees and fragile moorland.
6 ( ANI ): The endangered 'Hangul', a rare species of red deer, is preparing to fight the bone chilling winter in the snow-laden Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary located on outskirts of Srinagar.
McKay, having heard that signs of buffalo had been found north of the Red Deer river by freighters from Swift Current to Edmonton the previous year, thought that he might be able to capture some calves by making the expedition.
Red deer are the largest species hunted (OK, stalked) in the UK.

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