What happens with the does that don't get bred during the first major part of the whitetail rut? You may have heard of a second rut, but is it real?
A deer’s sex, age and physical condition closer to winter are the three biggest factors affecting the color of fat that hunters see when processing a deer.
It's a question hunters and land managers face and often discuss when talking about quality deer management: What is the true effect of baiting deer?
Epizootic hemorrhagic disease is one of the most important infectious diseases found in white-tailed deer, and can have a huge impact on populations.
What would you do if you had the opportunity to shoot an albino or other off-color deer? Could you rise above the taboo and negative sigma that surrounds killing these rare animals?
Different species, even closely related ones, are normally kept from crossbreeding by geographical isolation but whitetail and mule deer are unique.
One of the questions deer hunters ask most frequently when they see a buck or doe, either out in the field or at the skinning shed, is "How old is it?"
What do you know about epizootic hemorrhagic disease? It's one of several deer diseases that hunters hear about but often don't know much about.
Without a doubt, rubs are the king of deer sign and many hunters actively look for rubs and rub lines while scouting and hunting whitetails.