Wisconsin’s captive deer operations had a near-record rate of chronic wasting disease infections in 2017.
Albino deer are a beauty to behold and a rarity in nature, so getting a glance at them is always an amazing feat.
Lucky for us some folks up in Buffalo County, Wisconsin were able to capture this rare animal on video, and what they captured isn’t just any random occurrence
Antlers are truly fascinating examples of nature at work, and albino deer are nature’s purest anomaly. Putting the two together, the moment you’ve been reading for, check out the video below as this albino deer sheds his antlers on video.
Floods can be serious business, especially when they cause deer to get stuck in a tree.
This past January, floods plagued Georgia and the Carolina’s after an enormous amount of rain caused rivers across each state to rise. Due to the unusually warm temperatures in December 2015, instead of snow, the state has seen torrential downpours.
This caused wildlife of every kind to seek shelter as the primary need instead of the typical high-calorie food needed to survive extreme cold temperatures
Teens were poaching deer, but that was only the beginning of the story.
Four teenagers are in hot water for a bizarre alleged deer and eagle poaching incident in Klickitat County, Washington. An officer with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife identified simply as Officer Bolton was called in to assist a sheriff’s deputy.
mountain lion and deer frozen in time after falling through the ice at Blue Mesa Reservoir sometime this winter. winter is a tough time for many animals
Social and shy, deer have a rigid social structure that determines territory and breeding rights as well as ensuring their safety. A doe’s social status can determine her responsibilities within a herd, while a dominant buck may have first rights to territory and breeding. Establishing a social hierarchy is an important survival mechanism for deer living in the wild.
North America is home to two species of deer, the white-tailed deer and the mule deer. While the white-tailed deer inhabits most of the contiguous United States, the mule deer inhabits less of it. In some states, it’s important to know the difference in the two species, especially if you are hunting them.