Fallow deer is a non-indigenous species imported from Europe that grow to excellent trophy size due to the agreeable climate, in contrast to their native country. They are grazers and are found in a wide variety of habitats due to their adaptibility.  Only males have antlers, with maximum growth achieved in the months of October and November.  They can be hunted in much the same manner as the North American white tail, and are active early mornings and late afternoon.

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