roe deer

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Synonyms for roe deer

small graceful deer of Eurasian woodlands having small forked antlers

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My own research revealed that roe deer are a petite species with bucks averaging 30 inches in height and seldom tipping the scales at more than 50 pounds.
There are some 35,000 hunters in Switzerland, and they shoot a lot of animals: around 43,000 roe deer a year, 16,000 chamois, 7,000 red deer, 4,700 wild boar, 2,000 hares, and 1,000 ibex.
Two roe deer populations were monitored in fenced oak-beech forests managed by the Office National de la Chasse.
Charts of the daily patterns of roe deer show that they are least like ly to be active in the middle of the day.
Roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) is numerous and popular game species around the Europe (Raesfield et al.
Keywords Anatomy, arterial supply, cranial cervical ganglion, roe deer.
We analyzed serum samples from 355 wild ruminants hunted during August 2010-May 2013; species sampled included Pyrenean chamois (Rupicapra pyrenaica), European mouflon (Ovis aries musimon), and roe deer (Capreolus capreolus).
The RSPCA helped out the roe deer after he trapped his front legs over one side of the tree and his back legs over the other.
The total includes 56 roe deer, 3,901 pigeons 1,161 rabbits, 772 jackdaws, 325 squirrels, 191 crows, 159 foxes, 118 parakeets, 28 hares and three mink.
2010) and its main prey in most of Europe is roe deer Capreolus capreolus (Jedrzejewski et al.
It is estimated that to maintain the population at its present level it will be necessary to cull 75,000 muntjac, or roe deer, each year.
No more than 20 roe deers may be killed, the roe deer hunting season has been extended from July 1 until 31 October 2011.
European black pine, Scots pine, oaks, ashes, hornbeams, willows, junipers, tamarisks, hazels, common medlar, and strawberry trees are among the tree species that make up the lake's woodlands, and there are wild boars, fallow deer, roe deer, brown bears, red foxes, jackals and rabbits in the surrounding forests, which makes the lake a prized location for hunters during the season.
Great spotted woodpeckers, nutchatch, siskins, crossbills and treecreepers have been visit the gardens while badgers, roe deer, Muntjac and red deer, can be seen in the Deer Park, a two acre patch of untamed Chase forest that comes with the property.
The baby roe deer is making a remarkable recovery at the Cheshire RSPCA centre after cheating death.