Diet of the White-Tailed Deer?

Answer The white-tailed deer enjoys a huge range across most of the United States and southern Canada, with the species absent only from the Southwest's deserts and parts of California. The white-tailed d... Read More »

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How to Feed White-Tailed Deer?

If you have a herd of white-tailed deer, there are ways to help improve their diet and health. Doing so can increase their size, sustain the herd's population and offer nutrition during the winter.... Read More »

How big is a white-tailed deer at birth?

White-tailed deer babies, called fawns, are born weighing a tiny 4 to 8 lbs. The males (bucks) will eventually grow to weigh as much as 200 pounds, while adult females (does) are generally a bit sm... Read More »

When do white tailed deer shed their antlers?

White-tailed deer shed their antlers each winter--near the end of December or beginning of January. Antlers can grow up to 1 inch per day, starting in the spring and reaching maturity by the end of... Read More »

How to Measure for a White-Tailed Deer Head Mount?

A taxidermist mounts the cape and head of a deer on a commercially made head form. For him to order the proper size form there is a set of measurements that he must have from the deer's head. If th... Read More »