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Animal identification #8101608 12/24/20 04:07 AM
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Being on the Colorado River we get different exotics coming through. Mostly Axis. Last time headed in to the lease I saw 2 animals after last cattle guard. There was a herd of Blackbuck on the property at one time but have not seen them for 2 years. At first I thought that is what I saw then I noticed the buck was not bounding like an antelope. The buck took off like shot out of a rocket so I did not get a good look at antlers. The doe stopped at pond not far from truck. At first I thought fallow but probably not. [Linked Image]


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Looks like a whitetail doe to me.

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Agree with Sneaky.


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Tail looks more like a fallow than a whitetail to me.


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Doe a deer, a female deer, fa a long long way to run..............ray the golden sun. That will bring me back to doe.


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Muley doe.

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It is a whitetail fawn. Probably a yearling that came in late heat hence the buck hanging around.

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Originally Posted by Sneaky
Looks like a whitetail doe to me.

NO, look at the back end.


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Agree with superduty, but this was fun. Just when we needed a nice little game.

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Hard to tell.

Maybe a red deer hind

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Originally Posted by TexasOutdoorsman
Hard to tell.

Maybe a red deer hind

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That would be my guess. I tried to get a closer picture but it dropped over pond dam too quick.


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Based on this picture. We have settled on fallow. We have seen fallows once about 4 miles to the west near river. [Linked Image]


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Dinner!

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Big floppy ears, and a rum like that looks like a Mule deer.


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Does look like a fallow

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Fallow.


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