In large enclosures, the white-tailed deer is hardy and prolific, and when fairly cooked its flesh is a great delicacy.
The game most commonly met with were the black-tailed and white-tailed deer.
Their natural habitat is usually higher mountains, and even the treeless breaks where no white-tailed deer are to be found.
More than that, the species has crossed with the white-tailed deer of the Island.
The best wild animal to furnish a serious food supply is the white-tailed deer.
This is partially true of white-tailed deer, or it was up to the time of great slaughter.
The most familiar species is the common American deer, of which the Virginia or white-tailed deer is the type.
Each preserve now contains a nucleus herd of white-tailed deer, some of them imported from northern Michigan.
The white-tailed deer, javalin, jaguar, and puma are still abundant in suitable habitats.
This preserve contains a large herd of bison (86 head), elk, white-tailed deer, wild boar and much smaller game.