Where are deer often found?
Deer are usually found in or around wooded areas. Sometimes they can leave their protection of a wooded area and into a field to find food or water.
There are two types of deer that live in South Dakota, the Mule Deer and the Whitetail Deer. There are two types of deer that might be bred as exotic animals in South Dakota that start with a b. The Blacktail Deer is a sub-species of the Mule Deer. The Blacktail Deer is found in the Pacific Northwest. The Barasingha deer, also called the Swamp Deer, is found in India.
No. Sightings of "mountain lions" are generally bobcats, or in some cases, housecats seen at a distance. A trailcam photo of a mountain lion stalking a deer is often cited as proof of these big cats in Kentucky. However, if one looks closely at this image, the deer is actually a mule deer - which is not found in Kentucky!
Many deer live in meadows, grasslands, and forests, but may also be found in mountainous regions. As human habitation enters these wilderness areas, deer are being found in suburban woods and parklands. Deer are found in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia and have been transplanted to many other areas of the Earth by man. There are also species of deer adapted to most climatic and ecological conditions, from swamps, forests, and savannas to arid…