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The white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) is a common deer found living from Canada to South America .  It prefers to makes its home in woodland areas, but can also been seen in urban locations, farmlands and parks.  

Male deer are called “bucks”, female deer are “does” and young deer are called “fawns”.  Adult bucks often weigh over 350 pounds.

Although deer are primarily nocturnal (active during the night) or crepuscular (active during twilight), I’ve seen them often during the middle of the day.

The terrain of a deer is very wide spread due to their eating habits.  Deer eat many different foods including acorns, grass, hay, corn, fruit, tree buds, evergreens, cabbage, pine, cedar and any other green or vegetable that they have access to.  In the winter, deer eat fallen leaves, twigs, bushes and other woody plants.

 

White tail deer peering through pine tree.

White -Tail Deer - 1
Photographed in Northern Ontario

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White Tail deer standing behind pine tree.

White -Tail Deer - 2
Photographed in Northern Ontario

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White tail deer looking through pine tree

White -Tail Deer - 3
Photographed in Northern Ontario

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White tail deer standing in woods.

White -Tail Deer - 4
Photographed in Northern Ontario

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Both males and females display a type of  body language.  Gestures include tail flicks, ear twitches, lip curling and foot stomping.  A twitching tail often indicates a warning to other deer that there may be imminent danger. 

 

 

White tail deer standing in distant forest.

White -Tail Deer - 5
Photographed in Northern Ontario

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White tail deer in northern Ontario.

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White tail deer standing on rocks in forest.

White -Tail Deer - 8
Photographed in Northern Ontario

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White tail deer at Canadian Shield.

White -Tail Deer - 10
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White tail deer standing.

White -Tail Deer - 11
Photographed in Northern Ontario

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►  Did you know....

that a deer’s coat changes colour from one season to the next?  During the summer, they have brown, almost reddish coats, while in the winter they become a dull brown-gray.

 

White tail deer fawn crossing gravel road.

White -Tail Deer Fawn - 1
Photographed in Northern Ontario

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While on a walk in a Northern Ontario Provincial Park, this young fawn merrily skipped across my path.  It was startled by my movement to photograph it.  It stopped in its tracks, moved its ears back and forth listening intently and then dashed into the deciduous forest.

 

White tail deer fawn standing on gravel road.

White -Tail Deer Fawn - 2
Photographed in Northern Ontario

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White tail deer black white

White -Tail Deer Fawn - 3  (Black & White)
Photographed in Northern Ontario

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young white tailed deer ontario park wildlife

Young Deer - 1  [White-tailed deer - Odocoileus virginianus] 
Photographed at Killbear Provincial Park, Ontario

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brown white tailed deer in ontario park

Young Deer - 2  [White-tailed deer - Odocoileus virginianus]
Photographed at Killbear Provincial Park, Ontario 

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Fawn - 1
Walking in rows of planted grapes. 

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►  Did you know....

Did you know that deer meat is called venison?  It is very high in protein and only half the fat as compared to beef.  This is one of the reasons deer are hunted-as a food source. 

 

Young Deer - 3  [White-tailed deer - Odocoileus virginianus] 
Photographed at Killbear Provincial Park, Ontario

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Young Deer - 4  [White-tailed deer - Odocoileus virginianus] 
Photographed at Killbear Provincial Park, Ontario

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Young Deer - 5  [White-tailed deer - Odocoileus virginianus] 
Photographed at Killbear Provincial Park, Ontario

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Young Deer - 6  [White-tailed deer - Odocoileus virginianus] 
Photographed at Killbear Provincial Park, Ontario

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"If all the beasts 
were gone,
 men would die from 
a great loneliness 
of spirit, 
for whatever happens 
to the beasts 
also happens to the man.  
All things are connected.  Whatever befalls 
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~ Chief Seattle 
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 letter to 
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~ His Holiness 
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~ St. Francis of Assisi ~

 

 

 

 

"The worst sin 
towards our fellow creatures 
is not to hate them,
 but to be indifferent to them.  that's the essence 
of inhumanity."

~ George Bernard 
Shaw ~

 

 

"A bird does not sing 
because it has an answer. 
 It sings because 
it has a song."

~ Chinese Proverb ~

 


 

 

 

 

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