black-tailed deer


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Related to black-tailed deer: Chital, mule deer, Odocoileus hemionus, roe deer
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Risk factors and mortality of Black-tailed Deer in a managed forest landscape.
Mule and black-tailed deer. Pages 629-648 in Ecology and management of large mammals in North America (S.
Parasites, disease, injuries, and anomalies of the columbian black-tailed deer, Odocoileus hemionus columbianus (Richardson), in British Columbia.
Karin McCoy, Alaska Department of Fish and Game wildlife biologist, will talk about Sitka black-tailed deer. Thunder Mountain High School, 7 p.m.
Search and rescue Deputy Cory Krauss says Withrow had been part of a four-person group camping at the flat for opening day of the black-tailed deer rifle season.
According to the 2013 "Range-wide Status of Mule Deer and Black-tailed Deer" report available on the organization's site, mule deer populations in the Western states most prone to drought conditions are:
Their small acreage along the Columbia River Slough fosters more than one hundred species of birds, including Bald Eagles and Great Blue Heron, twelve native species of fish, western pond turtles, beaver, muskrat, river otter, and black-tailed deer. They have made portions of this property available to local nonprofits for fundraising and events.
Variations of the Elk Cult also existed, devoted to the black-tailed deer and long-tailed deer, both probably subdivisions of the Elk Cult.
Survival, cause-specific mortality, and harvesting of male black-tailed deer in Washington.
As deer populations increased, the Park Service recognized a need to cull the fallow and axis deer--consistent with its mandate to control exotic species "up to and including eradication." 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.