whitetail


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white·tail

 (wīt′tāl′, hwīt′-)
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.whitetail - common North American deerwhitetail - common North American deer; tail has a white underside
cervid, deer - distinguished from Bovidae by the male's having solid deciduous antlers
genus Odocoileus, Odocoileus - North American deer
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It's very possible that the Milk River, a tributary of the Missouri, is the most famous among whitetail enthusiasts.
I am no longer capable of climbing after mountain goats, but I continue to match wits with mature whitetail bucks.
That said, we try to deliver additional whitetail content in key months like November.
It frustrates me that so many whitetail hunters have been led to believe success is beyond their immediate control.
Synopsis: When the Winnebago County Sheriffs Department stumbles upon a car at the bottom of Whitetail Lake, what appears to be a probable accident from three decades earlier, turns into something far more sinister when Sheriff Twardy disappears that same day.
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Synopsis: The best-known name in trophy big game hunting, Boone and Crockett, teams up with the world's most knowledgeable deer experts to present the definitive resource for the whitetail hunter in "Boone and Crockett Club's Complete Guide to Hunting Whitetails: Deer Hunting Tips Guaranteed to Improve Your Success in the Field".
He will work with key retailers in the Midwest as Sitka continues to increase its presence among whitetail hunters.
Now the organizations century-old history has been illustrated and documented in "A Whitetail Retrospective Vintage Photos And Memorabilia From The Boone And Crockett Club Archives", a 340-page compendium of letters, memos, maps, articles, photos, and records showcasing the activities and accomplishments of its membership.
Other hunting guides offer up essays on whitetail hunting--but none offer 100 years of records keeping and memorabilia combined in the gorgeous A WHITETAIL RETROSPECTIVE, the item of choice for any avid whitetail hunter.
The federal government's recent decision to remove Columbian whitetail from the Endangered Species List, however, opens the door to an eventual resumption of hunting.
Whitetail was taking part in the Royal Pigeon Racing Association's centenary flight in 1997 when it began the trip from Nantes, France, to Greater Manchester.