When do deer shed their horns?

Answer Deer have antlers, not horns. Antlers are shed and regrown each year, and horns are not. Deer shed their antlers between January and April of each year (depending on the individual animal and the l... Read More »

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When do whitetail deer shed their horns?

Male white-tailed deer shed their antlers annually in winter, though the exact timing varies by latitude, with the shed taking place earlier in latitudes farther away from the equator. Antlers star... Read More »

When do whitetail deer lose their horns?

White-tailed bucks (male deer) typically shed their antlers sometime between January and April. The process takes between two and three weeks. They begin growing new antlers throughout the summer, ... Read More »

When do deer shed their velvet antlers?

Growing antlers are covered in a velvet texture. The growth process begins in spring and continues through late summer. After breeding season, towards the beginning of the year, the velvet coverin... Read More »

When do mule deer shed their antlers?

An adult male mule deer will shed his antlers after breeding season has ended, mid-January through mid-April, but most adult mule deers will have shed their antlers by the end of February.Source:De... Read More »