What country does a white tailed deer live in?
the United States has a wide populations of white tailed deer
White tailed deer live in a variety of habitats in North America.
White tailed deer are mammals that have live young.
white tailed deer live in almost every state except inside a very desert places or hot places.
A white tailed deer can live from 70-100 years. Usually at least 60 years and live no longer than 90 years but can/.
No they don't , there is no white tail living on any of the coastal islands, only black-tailed deer, which also live on the mainland along with mule deer and further from the coast you will find white-tailed deer
depends on where they live.
No. They live in forests and meadows.
If you mean white tailed deer, they are found in forests over much of North America.
Yes. Missouri has a significant population of White-tailed deer.
Yes. White tailed deer are common in wilderness areas across much of eastern North America.
woods The white tailed deer lives mostly in North America east of the Rocky Mountains. It can be found in Canada. There are South American white tailed deer that live in Peru, Bolivia and Venezula. It usually lives in forest land but has been known to eat agricultural crops such as corn and soybeans.
The White-Tailed Deer (Odocoileus Virginianus), also known as the Virginia Deer.
Black-tailed deer are primarily found in the very southeastern part of the United States, particularly prominent around Florida. White-tailed deer, on the other hand, are far more commonly found throughout the US and extend into Canada.
10 to 15 years
up to 10 years
10 to 15 years
about 10 to 20
One type of deer that live in the rainforest is the white-tailed deer. Red Brocket deer, or Brockets, are another type of deer living in the rainforest.
They live almost everywhere east of the Rockies.
They live about 3-5 years.
all of Georgia
Bison, or a White-tailed Deer
white-tailed deer is one
deer are mammals, so they reproduce through sexual reproduction and give birth to live young
white tailed deer
No. Those are mammals. They give live birth.
The main ecosystem the white tail deer live is the forest ecosystem. Over populations can have harmful effects on shrub and plant life in the the ecosystem.
The White tailed deer lives in many different biomes, one being the Riparian zone.
Well, I live in Canada and I see quite abit of White Tailed Dear. But North America is known to be the most seen, from the state in the world of White Tailed Dear.
Yes but they are rare in deserts.yes very rare and they willnever be found
ANSWER: Red salamanders,white-tailed deer, and many types of birds
These are some of the animals that live in albeta badlandsYellow-bellied sapsuckers,Woodpeckers,Deer,Eagle,Mule deer, White tailed deer, Pronghorn,Coyotes, Prowl and Rodents.
"White-tailed" refers to the distinctive white tail that when raised is a flag and provides a flash of white, signaling other deer when there is danger. Deer are graceful and swift runners (up to 35 miles per hour), but do not generally run long distances, preferring to seek the nearest shelter whenever possible. Male deer are called "bucks", females "does" and baby deer "fawns". These deer tend to live in female-led family groups of up… Read More
Approximately 400,000 Mule deer. Could not find an estimate of the number of White-tailed deer in the state but the numbers are considerably fewer than those of Mule deer.
Yes, weasels do live in grasslands. There are many types of weasels living in the grasslands, too. In fact, they are omnivores, (omnivores eat both plants and animals). Other animals that live in the North American Grasslands are: Red-Tailed Hawk Garter Snake Deer Mice White-Tailed Deer Black-Tailed jackrabbits Pronghorn Antelope
Many of the plants growing in deciduous forests are edible for such deer to live on. As a result, they can live quite well there as well as produce generations to live in that forest for years to come.
the morning dove, red headed woodpecker, snapping turtle, otter, and white tailed deer.
Mule Deer, white tailed deer, elk, pronghorn antelope, grizzly bears, bison, ferrets, rodents and insects live there. so do many grasses.
Many different types. Mule, white-tailed, etc. There must be a forestry site on the internet for British Columbia to look up local deer. Many different types. Mule, white-tailed, etc. There must be a forestry site on the internet for British Columbia to look up local deer.
There are several types of herbivores that live in the mountains. Some of the animals are the Elk, White tailed deer, rocky mountain goat, and the bighorn sheep.
I have been taught by my dad about white tailed deer. I personly have hunted them greatly with pleasure they are awsome animals. OK deer live in the woods they like to lay down in pine straw and coverd by trees so they feel safe. That is were they sleep and rest.
Key deer live only in the Florida Keys. The dwarfism of the key deer results in it being a sub-species of the white-tailed deer.It is believed the deer migrated to Florida during the Wisconsin glaciation.
This is a difficult question in terms of how a deer benefits its community. White-tailed deer often live in mixed-forest areas, and feed on a variety of plant material. They do serve as a food source for some larger predators (bears, wolves, etc.), and as a result also benefit scavenger species that rely on carrion as a food source.this is just a few tip about the niche of this
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wild turkey, kiwi bird, ducks, least bittern, walleye, frog, white tailed deer, beaver, etc
THeya ll hate each other No one hates them I think so anyway
Here are some common wild animals that live in Pennsylvania: robin crow raccoon Virginia oppossum white-tailed deer