What does a White Tailed Deer Look Like?

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A whitetail deer looks like a smaller version of an elk, except their racks will vary greatly. As per their name they have a whitetail, when they are running away. The top of their tail is tan color but the underneath it white.
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White-Tailed Deer
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Artiodactyla Family: Cervidae Genus: Odocoileus Species: Odocoileus virginianus
Although primarily nocturnal, the White-tailed Deer may be active at any time. It often moves to feeding areas along established trails, then spreads out to feed. The animal usually beds down near dawn, seeking concealing cover... More »
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Down here in Alabama, the white tail deer eat clover, acorns, and anything that I grow in my garden. We have actually planted food plots for them consisting of rye, turnips, corn,
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a white tailed deer (obviously) has a white tal. as a fawn it is brown with white specks, but as it grows it looses those specks.
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1. Check your equipment before hunting season opens to ensure everything is in good shape. You may wish to purchase tree stands if you are bow hunting, or blinds if you are shooting
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The adult White-tailed Deer has a bright, reddish brown summer coat and a
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