After about a month, the fawns  are then able to follow their mothers on foraging trips. The white-tailed deer of the Llanos region of Colombia and Venezuela O. Length and branching of antlers are determined by nutrition, age, and genetics. The profile of a white-tailed deer buck caps the coat of arms of Vermont and can be seen in the flag of Vermont and in stained glass at the Vermont State House. Few wild predators can afford to be picky and any will readily consume deer as carrion.
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Bucks shed their antlers when all females have been bred, from late December to February. Since the second half of the 19th century, white-tailed deer have been introduced to Europe. Deer consuming earlier-succession plants allows in enough light for nutrient competitors to invade. Length and branching of antlers are determined by nutrition, age, and genetics. Carrying capacity and the overabundance of deer: Larry; Miller, Karl V.