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Why Do Deer Freeze When Caught in Headlights

What Does It Mean When A Deer Stares At You?

Have you ever seen a deer staring at you? Perhaps you thought the behavior was rather odd, and you would be right; deer are unique in this behavior. So, why do they do it? What does it mean when a deer stares at you? Keep reading! In this article, we’ll answer this question and more. … Read more

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How To Build A Deer Feeder {Video Inside}

Installing a deer feeder on your property can be a good way to attract deer, whether you’re a hunter or just a nature lover. Unfortunately, many store-bought deer feeders are not easy on the wallet. If you’d like to save money and enjoy DIY projects, read on to learn how to build a deer feeder … Read more

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How Can You Tell If A Deer Is Pregnant?

Those of us who live in areas with a lot of deer are used to seeing them around. But spotting a pregnant deer can be tricky. To determine whether a doe is pregnant, some background knowledge on the breeding season is helpful.  When Do Deer Get Pregnant? Deer reproductive cycles mostly depend on the climate. … Read more

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What Can You Feed Wild Deer?

One of the benefits of sharing a neighborhood with deer is being able to see them browsing for food in your backyard. It can be tempting to put food out for them to make sure they keep coming back. Before you start feeding wild deer, make sure you read up on the potential risks, and … Read more

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What To Do If You Find A Baby Deer?

Every year during the fawning season, wildlife centers are often overwhelmed by the number of calls they get about seemingly abandoned baby deer. So what to do if you find a baby deer? The good news is that the majority of the time, they don’t need any help at all. The bad news is that … Read more

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How Do Deer Survive Winter?

If you’ve ever seen a deer with snow piled on their coat and wondered how they get through the winter, you’re not alone. It’s amazing that these creatures are able to find enough food, stay warm, and avoid predators throughout even the harshest of winters. But they’ve been doing it for millions of years, and … Read more

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