When do white tail deer lose their antlers?

Answer Male whitetail deer, also known as bucks, lose their antlers in late December through early March. The antlers will grow back bigger each year. The new antlers will be covered in velvet until it is... Read More »

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Do deer lose their antlers?

Male white-tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus, lose their antlers in January and February, according to Northern State University. Male mule deer, Odocoileus hemionus, typically shed their antlers... Read More »

Do deer lose their antlers every year?

All male deer shed their antlers annually in the winter, following the mating season in fall. By shedding antlers, deer eliminate weight what would drains energy from their bodies during the harsh ... Read More »

When do deer lose their antlers in Ohio?

According to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, deer will shed their antlers in late winter. They will grow a new set a few months later, starting in the spring and ending during the summer.... Read More »

When do mule deer lose their antlers?

Mule deer bucks shed their antlers annually during the early winter, usually by late December. The new antlers will begin growing toward the end of the winter, reaching their full size by late summ... Read More »