Numbers of domestic dogs, red foxes, and black-tailed deer
were too small to test, but carcasses of black-tailed deer
were restricted to woodland and orchards.
Other techniques attempted with white and black-tailed deer
include an assessment of the general shape of the pubic symphysis.
Age determination of wild black-tailed deer
Commensal feeding of Great Egrets with black-tailed deer
Parasites, diseases, injuries, and anomalies of the Columbian black-tailed deer
, Odocoileus hemionus columbianus (Richardson) in British Columbia.
8] Black-tailed deer
dreamers, restricted to younger Sioux men, painted themselves in blue and black; while long-tailed deer dreamers, (not described in Wissler's 1912 study), painted in red, like Bear Cult members.
After all, these non-native species were eating the same shrubs, forbs, and leafy vegetation as the native black-tailed deer
and tule elk, a species that had all but gone extinct until the Park Service reintroduced the elk to the area with great effort and expense in 1978.
Diablo includes coastal black-tailed deer
, gray foxes, bobcats, mountain lions, badgers, and coyotes, as well as the red-legged frog and the rare Alameda whipsnake.
This report was specific to the Black-Tailed deer
Male harvest in relation to female removals in a black-tailed deer
Wildlife viewing can be good here: from shore or a boat, check the inlets and coves for pintails, widgeons, and flotillas of white pelicans, as well as black-tailed deer
and the occasional bobcat.
The game features Coues deer in the Gila National Forest, New Mexico; Fallow deer in Saskatchewan, Canada; Columbian Black-Tailed deer
in the Cascade Mountains, Washington; Axis deer in Ozark County, Missouri; Desert Mule deer in the Sonoran Desert, Arizona; Sika deer in Lake Okeechobee, Florida; Rocky Mountain Mule deer in the Grand Tetons, Wyoming; Whitetail deer in Mille Lacs, Minnesota; and Sitka deer on Kodiak Island, Alaska.
Targets included such likely critters as a black-tailed deer
and a black bear, and less likely game such as a striped skunk.
Filarial worms of Columbian black-tailed deer
in California 1.
Dispersion and habitat use by sympatric Columbian white-tailed deer and Columbian black-tailed deer