White-tailed deer mating in Canada


This 16 November 2017 video from Canada is called White-tailed deer mating.

The cruel truth is that throughout the white-tailed deer’s range only about half of all fawns live to see their first birthday — most are killed by predators. However, they have a much better chance of surviving if they are born in farmland rather than in forest, according to researchers: here.

A land-use program piloted in the United States is having a long-term positive impact on populations of white-tailed deer, according to new research by University of Alberta biologists: here.

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