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  • Portait of a deer
    Throat slitting of trapped deer was not a crime
    A deer accidentally impaled itself on a neighborhood fence in Anaheim on Sept. 29, 2014. It is reported that it was kicking wildly and appeared to be in severe pain. A local woman, who is also a veterinarian, reported it to Orange County Animal...
  • Unicorn deer killed
    Unicorn deer killed: One-antlered 'Unicorn' deer shot down, hunter's fair game?
    A unicorn deer killed by a Slovenian hunter has proven to be the stuff of legends – at least as close as any animal can get to the mythical, woodland creature. Fairy tales and winged My Little Pony unicorn toys were perhaps going through...
  • Teen rescues deer with plastic pail on head
    Teen rescues deer with plastic pail on head
    A deer with a plastic pail stuck on his head for at least six days has been freed, according to WKYC on Tuesday.Neighbors on Debonaire Drive in Mentor, Ohio were concerned, knowing the deer could not eat or drink, as the bucket covered his entire...
  • Afghan fanged deer: Last sighting years ago, musk deer have big fangs
    Afghan fanged deer: Musk deer use fangs for breeding, 1948 since last sighting
    An Afghan fanged deer sighting has experts from the Wildlife Conservation Society excited this week, as this uncommon animal has not been officially spotted since 1948. The Kashmir musk deer may have big fangs, but they are no vampires; they use...
  • Afghan Fanged Deer
    Afghan fanged deer spotted after six decades: 'Vampire' deer in Halloween debut
    An Afghan fanged deer has been spotted by a group of conservationists in the rugged northeast terrain of Afghanistan, proving that a species that had not been seen in over six decades is still maintaining a population. The fanged deer, only two...
  • Chronic Waste Disease affecting white-tailed deer in North America
    Deer in 19 states currently affected with deadly Chronic Wasting Disease
    A neurological disease which affects the brain and spinal cord of deer has spread to deer in the wild in nineteen states, according to the U.S. Geological Survey National Wildlife Health Center. Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is similar to mad cow...
  • Albino buck 11-year-old: Teen hunter kills rare deer, photo controversy
    Albino buck 11-year-old: Young hunter kills rare deer, crossbow shot a clear hit
    An albino buck was shot and killed with a crossbow by an 11-year-old hunter in what appears to be a clear, clean hit. It isn’t every day that such an uncommon animal — some experts say only one in every 20,000 deer is a “white...
  • Roller coaster hits deer and decapitates the creature to the horror of the passengers.
    Roller coaster hits deer: Fawn decapitated as riders splattered with gore
    A roller coaster ride turns into something like a horror story scene when a deer standing on the tracks is hit and decapitated. This scene unfolded for the stunned passengers, who are spattered with blood. According to O Canada.com on Sept. 30, a...
  • Deer walk across the Golden Gate Bridge during rush hour
    Deer crossing Golden Gate Bridge: Viral video as deer majestically snarl traffic
    It was like royalty was in town as the Golden Gate Bridge rush hour traffic came to a crawl as two deer walked over the famous bridge to get to the other side! Cars kept about 20-feet behind the pair of deer as they kept up a steady pace crossing...
  • African Elephants
    What on earth are we doing?
    The mass extinction of animals is not a very glamorous subject. Many people would rather read about Kim Kardashian’s app making millions of dollars than read a sad story about how many of the world’s diverse animal species are on the...
  • $2,000 reward offered for deer poaching; Bucky the deer killed by ODNR
    $2,000 reward offered for deer poaching; Bucky the deer killed by ODNR
    While animal advocates mourn the killing of Bucky, a tame deer shot by order of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), In Defense of Animals (IDA) announced a reward of up to $2,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of...
  • Deterring deer from eating your garden
    Deterring deer from eating your garden
    As enjoyable as it is to see deer in the wild, finding them in your yard eating your plants is a different matter. Two weeks ago, I went out to find all of the leaves eaten off the sweet potato plants, the okra eaten down to a stub, and all of my...
  • Cal deer A zone north
    California A Zone Deer Archery season opens
    That is right the opener for the A Zone deer Archery season was yesterday 12th of July!The archery season runs until August 3, 2014.The General season opens on August 9, 2014 and runs until September 21, 2014.Full camouflage is the usual mode of...
  • Big Horn Canyon Ranch
    Big Horn Canyon Hunting Ranch
    Hunting is tradition that many people now a days, don’t consider a family vacation, but maybe they should. Many people don’t realize that some California mountain ranges offer deer, wild pigs, bears, antelope, elk sheep, wild turkey...
  • Tick bite causes 'bulls-eye' rash
    Thinning deer herds reduces cases of Lyme disease
    Thinning herds of white-tailed deer could go a long way in reducing cases of Lyme disease in areas where the disease is common, according to a new 13-year-long study. White-tailed deer are the major carriers of the adult blacklegged tick (deer...