By David G. Hewitt
content material: Taxonomy, evolutionary background, and distribution / James R. Heffelfinger --
Anatomy and body structure / Stephen S. Ditchkoff --
foodstuff / David G. Hewitt --
Antlers / Steve Demarais and Bronson okay. Strickland --
inhabitants dynamics / Charles A. DeYoung --
Spatial use of landscapes / Kelley M. Stewart, R. Terry Bowyer, and Peter J. Weisberg --
ailments and parasites / Tyler A. Campbell and Kurt C. VerCauteren --
Predator-prey relationships / Warren Ballard --
Interactions with different huge herbivores / Jonathan A. Jenks and David M. Leslie Jr. --
White-tailed deer habit / Randy W. DeYoung and Karl V. Miller --
administration historical past / Kip P. Adams and R. Joseph Hamilton --
affects on ecosystems / Steeve D. Côté --
affects of deer on society / Michael R. Conover --
broad administration / Lonnie Hansen --
administration on inner most estate / Harry A. Jacobson [and others] --
dealing with white-tailed deer : jap North the United States / Duane R. Diefenbach and Stephen M. Shea --
coping with white-tailed deer : midwest North the United States / Kurt C. VerCauteren and Scott E. Hygnstrom --
coping with white-tailed deer : western North the US / Timothy E. Fulbright --
handling white-tailed deer : Latin the US / J. Alfonso Ortega-S. [and others] --
dealing with white-tailed deer : exurban, suburban, and concrete environments / Jacob L. Bowman --
the way forward for white-tailed deer administration / Brian P. Murphy.
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Photo by T. Daniel. ) surrounding habitat during mild winters (A. Schmidt, Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment, personal communication). 8). This combination of short summers and relatively long winters creates an ebb and flow at the northern edge of whitetail distribution and that balance can be influenced by other natural and anthropic factors. White-tailed deer are expanding northward along their northern boundary, in part as a continuation of the post-Pleistocene range expansion of many plants and animals.
White-tailed deer remains are not present in the island’s archaeological sites from Archaic Age inhabitants (prior to 500 ad), but only appear after the arrival of Caquetio immigrants sometime after 500 ad (Hooijer, 1960; Havier, 1987). By the time the Spaniards arrived on the island (1499 ad), white-tailed deer were common. Hernandez de Alba (1963) notes that Caquetios traded venison and live deer between Venezuela and the islands prior to Spanish contact. This strongly suggests white-tailed deer were not native to the island, but were introduced by this immigrating culture from the South American mainland (Husson, 1960).
This deer is smaller than northern whitetails, but larger than other southwestern races with body size increasing to the north in the southern Great Plains. Texas white-tailed deer in the Great Plains have no recognizable physical differences from other adjacent mid-continent subspecies. In Mexico, the Texas whitetail occupies northeastern Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, and Tamaulipas before fading off to the West into the scattered mountain ranges occupied by the Carmen Mountains whitetail or merging into other ill-defined subspecies to the south.
Biology and management of white-tailed deer by David G. Hewitt