So now on to the topic for the wildlife Wednesday for today. This is a White Tailed Deer and they are in the deer family.
The males of the white tailed deer can be much heavier than the female white tailed deer.
The colors in the summer can be reddish grey.
In the winter months the white tailed deer can be grey just like these I photographed during an outing with my mentor Al D. The fawns of the White tailed deer are reddish orange color. The white tailed deer can run 35 mph. Their breeding time is March to September. The white tailed deer can be found in broad-leafed and mixed woods and edges of wooded areas in North Carolina. They are activity during the day time and night time.