WHITE-TAIL DEER

White-tailed deer- 3-3 ½ feet tall at the shoulder and weigh 50-250 pounds/ Males are larger than females and grow antlers from March-August/ Antlers are shed in winter/ On rare occasions, a female will grow antlers/ The deer coat is reddish brown in the summer and grayish brown in the winter/ Fawns are reddish brown with white spots to camouflage them self’s


MOOSE

Moose is largest member of the deer family/ stands 7 feet tall/ weighs about a ton/ board like antlers that weight 75lbs.


CHILEAN PUDU

chilean pudu- smallest member of the deer family/ stands 10-16 inches tall/ weighs 13-30 lbs.


CARIBOU

  Caribou- live in Alaska and Canada/ both male AND female have antlers/ female’s antlers are smaller though


ELK

Elk- male’s weighs up to 880 lbs. and have huge antlers/ lives in Canada and western USA