White tailed deer fact sheet
Curtis, P. D. (n.d.). White-tailed deer. Retrieved June 7, 2013, from Cornell cooperative extension website: http://wildlifecontrol.info/pubs/Documents/Deer/Deer_factsheet.pdf
2. How would you clarify the appearance of a fawn?
3. What's your opinion on the annual estimate of $1 billion in car damages?
4. What's the most important time of the year for deer to reproduce?
5. Why do you think deer grow velvet on their antlers?
6. What interests you the most about white-tailed deer?
2. Fawns are very tiny, about 8-9 pounds, and have a whole bunch of tiny white spots on them and are usually born around early summer.
3. I think it's crazy how many car accidents there are with deer. There should be some way to prevent it. You would think the deer would be smart enough to stay off the road, I guess not.
4. Deer reproduction happens around mid September to late February. Most people call this rut.
5. The growth of velvet on the deer antlers is there because the antlers are still soft and growing. The velvet holds blood vessels that help make them grow.
6. White-tailed deer are fascinating in every way. They are beautiful to look at and fun to hunt. What most interests me is their behavior. Seeing them roam in the Forrest is truly something.