Live White-Tailed Deer Camera
This live deer cam is named Deer Run from USeeWildlife.com and is located in Batesville, Arkansas, USA. The camera has been set up to bring to you incredible footage of the White-tailed Deer. This live deer camera also has infrared capabilities so you can even watch these deer at night.
Via this live camera feed you will be able to watch these deer as they go about their daily lives. You will see fawns being born and taking their first steps, bucks growing their antlers and sparring with other males in the autumn as well as a great deal more during the year. In addition to the typical brown-coloured White-tailed deer, you will also see a completely white variety. These are not Albino deer although they appear very similar but do not have the Albino’s characteristic pink eyes and nose. Instead they have regular brown eyes and noses.
5 Interesting Facts About The White-Tailed Deer
- The White-tailed deer is one of the most recognisable and well known large mammals and is found in most areas of the world. In fact, they are native to all continents apart from Australia and Antarctica.
- Whitetails are herbivores and feed on a wide variety of plant materials such as tender young leaves, stems, shoots as well as acorns. The Whitetail will also seek out mushrooms and wild fruit and even some agricultural crops, such as corn and soybeans.
- When White-tailed deer are alarmed they have a tendency to stomp their hooves and snort to warn other deer. They may also “flag” or raise their tail to show its white underside.
- White-tailed deer are very quick runners and can reach speeds of up to 40 miles an hour. They also have the ability to leap long distances and are also pretty good swimmers.
- The size and weight of the White-tailed deer varies enormously depending on which location they are found in. Generally, the average size of a White-tailed deer is larger the further away from the Equator they live.
If you are keen to find out more about the White-tailed deer, a good place to start is the White-tailed deer Wikipedia page.
Here is a selection of interesting articles regarding the White-tailed deer that may be of further interest to you:
An effort to re-establish a population of endangered Columbian White-tailed deer at the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge is off to a shaky start but biologists remain hopeful that fawns born this spring will live through the.…
EHD suspected in dead white-tailed deer in northcentral Montana. Great Falls Tribune. A white-tailed doe eats in an open field south of Great Falls. Dozens of whitetails have been found dead in northcentral Montana and wildlife officials suspect they died from epizootic hemorrhagic disease.
Deer deaths documented near Bighorn Yellowstone rivers. Billings Gazette. Wyoming Game and Fish Department biologists suspect hemorrhagic disease either epizootic hemorrhagic disease or bluetongue has killed a number of white-tailed deer in the eastern Bighorn Basin since mid-July.
Biology and Management of White-tailed Deer edited by David Hewitt and just out in 2011 is a book that belongs on the shelf of every deer enthusiast. Think of it as the modern-day version of the 1984 classic White-tailed.…
The National Park Service NPS announces the availability of the Draft White-tailed Deer Management Plan Environmental Impact Statement Plan EIS Cuyahoga Valley National Park Park Ohio.…