White-tailed deer can be found from Southern Canada to South America. In the summer they tend to hang out in fields and meadows, using forests for shade. In the winter, they tend to stay in forests to protect themselves from the harsh elements. The male deer is referred to as the buck and the female is referred to as a doe.
The bucks have antlers, whereas the does do not. In the spring (May/June), the does will give birth to one to three at a time. The babies will have a reddish-brown coat with white spots and are called fawns. The doe will often leave her fawns in a safe place during the day while she goes out to hunt and will generally stay relatively close by so she can keep an eye on them.
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