How long is a White tail Deer's Pregnancy?
The white tail deer starts the breeding process in September and lasts until January. There are 5 phases of the rut for breeding in the buck's hierarchy. The gestation period is 180 days and usually born in late spring. The doe will usually give birth to twins if she is a healthy deer. The fawns usually are born between May and June and by the fall, the fawns have lost all of there spots. I have seen late bloomers too, and have a hard time through the winter months. Jim also has a great answer, but I have studied the whitetail deer for 30 years in the field, and usually the peak breeding time is on the harvest moon phase and around the November 1st, for a brief period when (most) the does come into estrus.
White tailed deer eat green plants, corn, acorns, buds and twigs.
Hunters call the deers tail standing up a "flag". White is very visible in the forest and can be seen for long distances. Deer use their tails to signal one another. When a deer is "spooked" or frightened it will raise it's tail to signal other deer in the group or area of danger.
They do not hibernate or migrate. They stay in the same area year round.
Yes!The white tailed deer has a tail that it flashes up when it sees danger.The tail tells other deer that danger is near.
No. White-tail deer, just like all deer are all game animals.
In the summer the back and sides of the deer's coat are brown. In the winter the brown coat turns greyish. The stomach and insides of the legs are white. The underside of the tail is white. The males have large antlers and the females have no antlers.
When a white-tailed deer is alarmed, it flips its tail up so the white part is visible. Other deer in the area see this, and become very alert while smelling and looking for danger.
some animals like raccoons skunks opossums bobcats and white tail deers
White tail deer can run between 36 to 40 miles an hour. They cannot maintain that speed for long. Deer are excellent swimmers and fantastic jumpers. Their agility is amazing to see.
I don't know any EXACT measurments, but I think its like, 5 to 7 inches long.
Deer are "ungulates". They are vegeterians and have no prey. Deer are browse eaters and eat a wide variety of plants.
Not usually. Deer is both singular (one) and plural (many). As is moose. Deers can be used as a plural form of the word deer. If there are several types of deers in the same area than you can use the plural, deers. For example, If there is a field full of mule deer then you use deer, but if there are a mix of mule deer and white tail deer, you would use deers.
White tail spider
The White Tailed Deer got its name by the white part that borders the tail and it is white underneath it's tail and body. Beagle lover, what was the first answer? That user always writes the stupidest things, like deers eat ice cream or stuff like that.
a rein deers tale is short and soft. it is brown and white or u could call it very light brown.
No, it is the white tail who eats daddy long leg spiders. They pretend to be stuck in the web, then BAMMMM, Mr. White Tail has a nice lunch.
Tying flies for fishing.
White-tailed deer have the white under their tail not as a means for other deer to follow the other, but as a flag of warning to other deer that danger is imminent and they should take flight immediately.
No the long hair on a Zebra's tail is black.
They are not endangered, they're not even on the endangered species list. White-tailed deer are far more common than you might think, especially in New England area of the USA.
There are millions of white tailed deer in the world. The population in my state of North Carolina is over 450,000, and that is just one state. A very common game animal.
scissor tail flycatcher
A great white sharks tail can grow from 3 feet to 6 feet long.
They put it up to warn other deer of danger.
Scut is a stubby tail, like on rabbits and deers.
The name of the short tail of a rabbit, hare, or deer is known as a SCUT xx
A Samoyed it has a long curly tail, is white and mostly used to pull dog sleds.
No species of deer hibernate.
it is a black billed magpie
Deers do not run, they bound. But when they bound their tails are up.
Cotton tail rabbits White tail Deer are more known for the white tail then rabbits.
It might be the Arctic Tern?
== == white tail deer live for about 6 years
tarantulas,daddy-long legs, white-tail
He is a black-and-white tom that has a very long tail.
A buff brown colored dove, with a long tail and white outer tail feathers in flight.
This could be the Whitetail Dragonfly. It has transparent wings with black squares. It has a long while tail/body.
reddish-brownish fur,sharp claws, long bushy tail, white face markings, ringed tail
It is because at the early stage of pregnancy baby's have grown their tail but at the middle point of pregnancy a baby loses it's tail.
They are gingerish-brown in colour, with yellowish-white belly fur, but in the northern parts of their range they moult to pure white in winter. The tip of the tail is black in all seasons.
daddy long legs. but if they eat daddy long legs the daddy long legs are poisenes so the white tail spiders die.
No. I think you mean a thresher shark, which sometimes has a tail 10 feet long and stuns fish with it.
the cottontail bunny has a white tail
it's pretty strong, like, it can whack deers and pigs and stuff off the ground.
67"-77" long, and 35"-39" shoulderlength
YES, they do!!!!! It happened today, I couldn't believe it but I say the whole thing. A white tail ran across the wall and got caught in the daddy long legs web. The daddy long leg ran straight in and bit the white tail before he knew what hit him. The daddy long leg then stayed at a distance and started putting more and more webs out. The white tail got more and more tangled… Read More
the head of the sperm cell is white and then the bit inside of the sperm cell head is a pinky-red, the tail is also white but inside it has white/brown rings, and then the rest of the tail is white and inside of the white tail is a brown tail
They are a light brown with a white underside and tail.
White-tail deer are very versatile and can adapt to many different habitats. They live in the grasslands, prairies and plains, mountains, and forests. Deer graze in open areas in the daytime, but prefer the shelter of forests and wooded areas at night,