When do whitetail bucks shed their antlers?

Answer Male whitetail deer shed antlers following the rut, or mating season, sometime between January and April. This process takes 2 to 3 weeks. The deer regrow new antlers during the summer and into the... Read More »

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When do bucks shed their antlers?

Bucks shed their antlers every winter. Antlers begin to drop after testosterone levels decrease following the rut. This process begins as early as late December in the north and may not happen unti... Read More »

When do bucks shed antlers in Georgia?

The Southern Land Exchange says bucks in Georgia shed their antlers from mid-January through February. The use of dogs may help you identify the location of the bucks once you find the shed antlers... Read More »

When do whitetail deer get their antlers?

Whitetail deer--specifically male bucks--start antler growth during the spring months of March or April. Antlers can grow quite rapidly--dependent on a deer's level of nutrition--and are usually fu... Read More »

Can female whitetail deer have antlers?

Male whitetail deer, scientifically named Odocoileus virginianus, grow antlers in the spring and shed them in the fall. Females of this species do not usually have antlers. Occasionally a female wi... Read More »