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----- Alaska Black-tail Deer -----

The Alaska Black-tail Deer, Scientific name: Odocoileus hemionus, inhabit the wet coastal forests of Alaska. The Black-tail Deer has a stockier build in the body but is smaller in size than other species of the Family of Deer (Cervidae). The male Deer or Buck Deer have antlers with a curved main-beam and typically have three tines or "points" on each side. The antler "basket" is smaller relative to other Deer species, and are shed annually after the Fall breeding season or "Rut". The female Deer , or Doe, does not grow antlers.
The Buck Deer attain a adult weight of about 120 pounds, and the Doe Deer attain a weight of about 80 pounds. The normal lifespan
of the Black-tail Deer is about 10 to 12 years.
   The Black-tail Deer are browsers foraging on a variety of coastal plants and woody shrubs for their food supply. The movement of these Deer is relatively short distances and is caused by a changing food supply or seasonal weather conditions.
   The Deer breeding season or Rut is in November. The Does breed for the first time in their second year of life, and normally have two offspring, or Fawns, each year. The Fawns spend the summer with the Doe and are weaned prior to the Fall Rut. The natural predators of Black-tail Deer are Wolves, Black Bears. They are most vulnerable when giving birth to their young. Because Venison is a
very excellent table-fare, the Black-tail Deer is a popular Alaska Big-game species with hunters.


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