The Dakota Whitetail

The Dakota Whitetail

The Dakota Whitetail First observed in North Dakota and scientifically described by one F. Hayden in 1856, Dakota white-tailed deer have become one of the most sought-after whitetail subspecies in North America, due largely to world-renowned antlers and massive body...
The Dakota Whitetail

The Coues Whitetail

The Coues Whitetail The Coues whitetail deer — a Southwest subspecies of the common Eastern whitetail — were first scientifically described by American Army physician and noted naturalist Dr. Elliot Coues while stationed at Fort Whipple, Arizona, 1865 to 1866. Hence...
The Dakota Whitetail

The Columbian Whitetail

The Columbian Whitetail The Columbian whitetail is a small deer, with large bucks weighing in around 130 pounds. The rarest deer in the Pacific Northwest, the Columbian whitetail has a fairly long, brown tail and distinctive white eye-rings that help distinguish it...
The Dakota Whitetail

The Carmen Mountain Whitetail

The Carmen Mountain Whitetail The Carmen Mountain whitetail was first scientifically described by the biological team of Goldman and Kellogg in the Sierra Del Carmen Mountains of northeastern Coahuila, Mexico, in 1940. This was based on a buck shot by J.M. Dealy on...