White-Tailed DEER

Stegemann, Eileen
October 2002
New York State Conservationist;Oct2002, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p15
Provides information on the white-tailed deer, a large type of mammal found in New York City. Size of an adult white-tailed deer; Description of the habitats of white-tailed deer; Sex differences in the anatomical structures of white-tailed deer; Influence of weather on the food preferences of white-tailed deer. INSET: Managing New York's Deer.


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