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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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Whitetails are eating a lot of the farmers' profits, and these landowners are normally quite receptive to the deer hunter who works to find a place to hunt.
Peters, thank you for your input on the Whitetails column.
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We were looking for a passionate, hardcore whitetail expert who understands the importance of quality hunting apparel and can effectively articulate that message to other whitetail fanatics.
Odocoileusvirginianus leucurus - one of about 30 subspecies of whitetail - once inhabited the entire Willamette Valley as well as the foothills of the surrounding mountains.
It includes a lively, well-written text by Erwin Bauer, with opening chapters on the evolution, distribution, life history, and behavior of whitetails.
We don't claim to know much about bear hunting or tying a boat to a dock, but we're serious about big whitetails.
As I've hunt all these other species over the years, I am always comparing them to whitetails.
By enhancing our properties with the food and cover whitetails seek during late winter, we maximize our shed find.
The West is odd because many western states target mule deer rather than whitetails, but this is a whitetail column.