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Tag Archives: deer biology
Some deer pictures are downright fascinating. Like the one here of a piebald buck from Wisconsin. Although many Whitetail Wisdom readers have sent in photos of bizarre deer, this piebald buck is one of the most unique that we’ve seen … Read More
Samples from two mule deer recently taken in far West Texas have been confirmed positive for Chronic Wasting Disease. These are the first cases of CWD detected in Texas deer. Wildlife officials believe the event is currently isolated in a … Read More
With the official beginning of summer, white-tailed deer fawns begin to appear in Mississippi and the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks advises people to leave them alone. “In late June we begin to receive a large number of … Read More
At the end of winter, as day length increases, the whitetail’s physiology and behavior change markedly. Deer become much more active in March, and, given the opportunity, increase food consumption. The rise in activity is presumably associated with an increase … Read More
by Darren Warner, D&DH contributor Note: Deer & Deer Hunting does not endorse one CWD explanation over another. Research is ongoing. It is committed to fueling discussion about important issues relating to deer hunting. Leave a comment below with your … Read More
I started hunting with my husband three years ago. I didn’t get a deer the first year, last year I got 2 does and a small fork. This year has been really tough, it has been warm and windy a lot and very little snow. I went out Sat. after Thanksgiving and got this three point, my biggest deer yet..The deer had the brightes blue eyes I have ever seen on any animal. A falsh was used when the picture was taken, otherwise there was no photo editing or alteration of any kind. Any one else ever see a blue eyed deer?
Name: Kelli Smith
Deer would die during periods of harsh weather and food shortages unless they used fat efficiently. Learn more about this cornerstone of deer survival.
There are six factors that make the rut last longer. Are they taking place in your area?
Dr. Phillip Bishop continues probing the topic of deer lungs. This time, he examines the capacity of these intriguing organs.