The Encyclopedia of Deer: Your Guide to the World's Deer Species Including Whitetails, Mule Deer, Caribou, Elk, Moose, and More

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Voyageur Press, 2003 - Nature - 160 pages
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From one of the world's best-known wildlife authors/photographers comes this authoritative, extensive guide to the world's deer species. "The Encyclopedia of Deer provides a reliable introduction to the deer species of the world, covering both the Cervidae and Moschidae families. It includes North American white-tailed deer, mule deer, wapiti/elk, moose, caribou/reindeer, roe deer, and sambar. Providing detailed information on everything from physical characteristics, habits and habitats, communication, breeding, birth and young, enemies, the relationship between deer and humans, and the species' future, this comprehensive volume is a one-stop resource. Written in Rue's legendary "soft-science" approach and organized alphabetically by species, this is a user-friendly reference that nature enthusiasts, researchers, hunters, and outdoorspeople will reach for again and again.

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This comprehensive volume uses a combination of text and color photographs to introduce the world's variety of deer species. Noted wildlife photographer and naturalist Rue (Deer of North America ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
11
Musk Deer
28
Tufted Deer
34
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Dr. Leonard Lee Rue III (Honorary Doctorate) is the author of numerous books on wildlife and is one of the most published wildlife photographers in the country. Dr. Rue was awarded the Outdoor Writers Association of Americas Jade of Chiefs Award for conservation writings, as well as the North American Nature Photographers Association highest award, The Lifetime Achievement in Nature Photography Award.

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