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  1. Quadrant Experiences by Charlie Dees and Drew Barnes

  2. Deer watch out for each other to ensure a safe meal.

  3. The cowhorn made a return over night!

  4. Deer are partially colorblind and they can see red but not orange.

  5. The life expectancy of a deer is 6-14 years.

  6. Deer can grow to be 6-7.75 feet tall.

  7. Deer can weigh up to 110 pounds to 300 pounds when fully grown.

  8. Deer antlers, that are made from bone, can grow up to an inch per day! Text

  9. Deer have nightvision because they are nocturnal, but they also come out in the day.

  10. Male deer are called bucks. Females are called does. Offspring are called fawns. A group is a herd. Invisideer

  11. Big side mounted eyeballs allow deer to see ahead and behind without moving their head.

  12. Some Other Visitors Crows Crows normally feed on the ground. Their diet consists of small animals, seeds, earthworms, and also garbage. Crows Racoons

  13. FOX Fox visit us, too. They are known by the red color of their coats, their fluffy tail, and long snout.

  14. CITATION PAGE • http://www.fieldandstream.com/answers/other/what-buck-cow-horn • http://www.timberwolfinformation.org/kidsonly/wolfweb/deer1.htm • http://www.nhptv.org/natureworks/whitetaileddeer.htm • http://thehuntinstand.blogspot.com/2012/10/understanding-deers-senses-sight.htmlhttp://thehuntinstand.blogspot.com/2012/10/understanding-deers-senses-sight.html • http://www.animal.nationalgeographic.com/animal/mammals/white-tailed-deer/ • http://www.lurongliving.com/fun-facts • http://www.whitetailbuzz.com/whitetail-buzz-deer-facts.html • http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/american_crow/lifehistory • http://www.livescience.com/27168-foxes.html REDTRIANGLE