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Where Are Deer Found In North America

Posted by Jennifer Smith on 26th Jul 2019

There are an estimated 30 million white-tailed deer in the United States; and they can be viewed year-round. Unlike bears, bats and bumblebees, deer do not go into winter hibernation mode; but instead, become more crafty in how they search for food. 

In the spring and summer months while the weather is hot, deer will visit home gardens; farms and other native landscapes where they have access to a buffet of fruits and veggies. In the fall, they will stay close to forests and other woodland areas where they can eat on tree bark and fallen leaves. 

Overall, white-tailed deer are highly adaptable animals; and while they may make adjustments to diverse climates, they will search for food in hardwoods, croplands, brushlands and pasturelands. 

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