blacktail deer

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black-tailed deer

 (blăk′tāld′) also black·tail deer (-tāl′)
A mule deer of Pacific coastal regions having a black tail.
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Noun1.blacktail deer - mule deer of western Rocky Mountainsblacktail deer - mule deer of western Rocky Mountains
burro deer, mule deer, Odocoileus hemionus - long-eared deer of western North America with two-pronged antlers
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Many other October hunts--for rutting caribou in Newfoundland, bighorn sheep in Idaho, blacktail deer on Kodiak Island, and other species across North America--have transported me a long way from the days 65 years ago when I ran to the driveway to peer into my dad's truck.
I spent eight days hunting blacktail deer in a place I visited a month earlier with my daughter to scout.
All of Hawaii's hunting is for non-native animals, with the menu including axis and blacktail deer, European mouflon, and feral sheep, goats and pigs, along with exotic game birds.
Additionally, the show welcomes back the comedic duo of Joe Rogan and Bryan Callen for an unpredictable and laugh-out-loud blacktail deer hunt adventure on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska.
I was to hunt blacktail deer and harlequin ducks--which have both been on my bucket list forever--and the doc said he could think of nothing that would detract more from the overall enjoyment of the trip than becoming bear scat.
You could buy a mule deer or blacktail deer mount, though, because they're not native to Massachusetts.
While elk populations have remained stagnant, blacktail deer populations have declined significantly for more than 30 years.
These big cousins of whitetail and blacktail deer once roamed the state in countless numbers.
Future events include a blacktail deer hunt scheduled for northern California in August, and an elk hunt scheduled for Colorado in October.
Aaron, who has shot plenty of elk, mule and blacktail deer, had never killed a whitetail.
Peaoh or Blacktail Deer (left) wears a great example of the classic Ute hide and fabric shirt from the mid 19th century.
Besides tule elk, you might spot blacktail deer, wild turkeys, ospreys, or mergansers--maybe even a black bear or a mountain lion.