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Adopt a White-Tailed Deer

White-tailed deer can be found from southern Canada to South America and are the smallest members of the North American deer family. They live in forest, grassland, farmland, swamps, and desert environments. The white-tailed deer can be distinguished by the band of white fur behind the nose and around the eyes, chin and throat. The insides of their legs and tail are also white. Scent glands are found on their hooves and hind legs. Only the male deer, or bucks, have antlers which are grown annually and fall off in the winter. During mating season, bucks will fight over their territory by using their antlers in sparring matches. Female deer, or does, give birth to one to three young at a time usually in May or June. These young deer, or fawns, have white spots at birth that disappear by their first winter. Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife. Adopt a white-tailed deer today!

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