In winter, the deer's digestive system changes to accommodate less nutritive food. So corn is not digestible in winter. Feeding deer in winter is an artificial food source fo…r the deer. Deer population grow and wane according to the availability of food, so an artificial food source can inflate your local deer population leading to future starvation when the artificial sources aren't available. ( Full Answer )
Whitetail deer ussualy tend to bed in thick brush or an area where trees are tightly packed. Also, where the area is rarley disturbed and gives some protection from elements. …(trees,brush) ( Full Answer )
Deer living in the Eurasian Continent. Europe and Asia are actually one land mass (one continent). You can drive a car or walk, or ride a bike from China to Germany if no law …stopped you. ( Full Answer )
They attract deer daily because the deer know where they can get food, it can be good for hunting because you can set up around the food plot and wait for the deer. it also he…lps with the deers to the food in the food plots it helps them with there rack. ( Full Answer )
yes, just different colors. Piebald refers to a genetic mutation in the color of a deer's hide. While an Albino deer would be all white with a pinkish tint to it's nose eyes a…nd ears a Pie bald deer simply has a coat with different amounts of white and brown patches some have more white than others. There are also deer that have white coats but are not a true albino. Their life expectancy in the wild is short because they are easily seen by predators... ( Full Answer )
No, a deer is not a decomposer. A deer is a consumer; a herbivore. It eats twigs and leaves and any other flora it can reach. Decomposers are organisms that eat away at dead m…aterials, such as fungi eating away at the soil or deceased animal bodies. ( Full Answer )
Deer have a large vocabulary of grunts-bleats- wheezes andsnorts. A fawn's distress cry sounds a lot like a crying baby. Ihave listened to doe grunt and sound a lot like a pig…. The snort isvery loud and can be heard for a long distance in the woods. .
Deer also "talk" by using a variety of scents secreted by glandson their legs and heads. Deer use urine to indicate matingreadiness-territory and travel. .
Buck deer will also use their horns to "scrape" the bark off ofsmall trees to indicate territory and travel direction. .
Deer use "body language" to signal and communicate with otherdeer. The tail raised high when running indicates danger. The earslowered and tail lowered indicate submission. Many of these arevery similaur to haw dogs communicate with each other. ( Full Answer )
No, deer are herbivores. Like most mammals, however, a doe eats the placenta after giving birth. And deer have been witnessed eating birds caught in flight nets erected for th…e purpose of banding birds. ( Full Answer )
Bucks use antlers as a means to show other bucks they are stronger and bigger than them, and use them to attract does to mate. Deer are not the only species to have antlers; m…oose, elk, reindeer and caribou also have antlers that are grown and used in the same way. Pronghorns, though not a part of the deer species, also regrow their "antlers" (actually called horns) every year. to show that they are a male and to defend them self. ( Full Answer )
No. An amphibian is a cold-blooded animal that can live both in the water and on land. They hatch as a larva with gills, then grow up to have air-breathing lungs. examples: …salamanders and frogs, etc. A deer is a mammal. Mammals are warm-blooded animals that give birth to live young (no eggs). Female mammals have milk-producing mammary glands for nourishing their kids. other examples of mammals: humans, bears, dolphins, etc. . ( Full Answer )
Deer culling is only done if there is a huge population of deer, a population that threatens natural vegetation and habitat because there are too many mouths to feed that a na…tural environment can hold or tolerate. When this occurs, hunters are allowed to shoot a certain number of deer, or enough so that the population is diminished enough that they are considered under control. ( Full Answer )
You could, but it`s extremely difficult. Catching one is the biggest challenge. But if it`s a young orphaned fawn, you can raise it. Although it will like you, it will not be …fully tamed. No animal can ever tamed. ( Full Answer )
Deer is plural and singular - it's improper to add an 's' or anything. Other examples include moose, sheep and fish. Except that fishes is the proper pluralization of fish whe…n speaking of multiple species of fish. Eg: The fish in that fish tank are all goldfish. The fishes in this river include salmon, sturgeon, and trout. ( Full Answer )
A deers fur can change or be different. A fawn or young deer has tan fur on its belly and brown with white spots on its side and back. A full grown doe has pretty much tan fur… all over. A full grown buck has a tan-ish belly with a darker shade of brown on its side and back. ( Full Answer )
Typically with hunters that enjoy consuming deer meat, the work begins after the deer is down. After you harvest your deer, you must fill out your deer permit and attach it …to the carcass. The majority of hunters will then remove the organs immediately and bring the deer back to their car or camp. You can hang the deer up for a day or two, but it will have to be butchered soon. The butchering is up to the hunter, it can be done by a professional or if he/she chooses to do it themselves, they will have to skin and quarter the deer. Once quartered, the parts can be cut up to the hunters liking and frozen. ( Full Answer )
Because fish is the plural for fish and moose is the plural for moose... Why is series the plural for series? Because sheep is sheep's plural and the plural of species is …species.... All languages have their oddities, and I guess this is one of them. I find it funny when my little sister (4) always calls sheep (plural) 'sheeps'. There is a handy site in the links bar below this which will look at plurals in words a little more closely. Hope I helped! ( Full Answer )
Well i guess you could say it keeps all their stuff from falling out. Actually it serves the same purpose as your skin with two exceptions. A deer haas fur to help keep it war…m in winter and prevent sun damage in summer. But unlike humans, deer do not have sweat glands so they need to keep cool by panting. The skin does bind all the body parts together. ( Full Answer )
Buck deer are the male deer, and females are called does. Some of the species of deer include the white-tailed deer, mule deer, elk, moose, red deer, reindeer, fallow deer, an…d chital. ( Full Answer )