The deer of North America: the white-tailed, mule and black-tailed deer, genus Odocoileus, their history and management
Walter Penn Taylor
Stackpole Co. and Wildlife Management Institute, Washington, 1956 - Deer hunting - 668 pages
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What and Where are the Whitetails?
Life and Times of the Whitetailed Deer
Management of the Whitetailed Deer in Its Environ
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