Sitka Black-tailed Deer

Sitka deer or Sitka black-tailed deer (xylophone), is a subspecies of mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus). Their name originates from Sitka, Alaska.

Nature - Sitka deer in Fireweed.

Sitka Black-Tailed Deer (with fireweed). Photographed at the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska Photo: Steve Hillebrand, USFWS

500px / Calm sitka deer by Monica Helén Angelique Snopestad

/ Calm sitka deer by Monica Helén Angelique Snopestad

cindeer:  stielle:  Horns and spots? How does that….?  It’s a Sika deer! They’re known as the spotted deer, they don’t lose their spots when they mature!

thisinsignificantlife: “ cindeer: “ stielle: “ Horns and spots? ” It’s a Sika deer! They’re known as the spotted deer, they don’t lose their spots when they mature!

Sitka Deer | Sitka Deer in Skedans-9040

Sitka Deer were everywhere we went and when driving the highway you had to be extremely cautious as the deer were constantly at the

Sitka Black-Tailed Deer Fawn on Montague Island by photographer Milo Burcham.

Sitka Black-Tailed Deer Fawn on Montague Island by photographer Milo Burcham.

Sitka Deer

Sitka Deer

The Akita dog breed is believed to have descended from the ancient and now-extinct Matagi Inu dogs, which were used for hunting wild boar, Sitka deer, and Asian black bears by the Matagi tribe and other northern natives of Japan.

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