Fallow Deer

FALLOW DEER (Dama Dama)
FALLOW DEER (Dama Dama)
DISTRIBUTION:

The common fallow deer is native to the eastern Mediterranean. It has been introduced in many areas ever since the Neolithic period and it now occurs wild in Europe and elsewhere and in captivity on deer farms around the world.

DESCRIPTION:

They have spotted capes during the rut and wide long palms.

SEASON:

October 12th to the first week of February.

RUT:

End of September and October.

METHOD:

Spot & stalk, blind, or driven hunt.