Fun Facts:

- Mountain lions (68%), coyotes (28%), and bobcats (4%) are the compositions of predators to the Columbian Black Tailed Deer (Blecich et al. 2004).
- Males travel together as a bachelor groups for the summer. (Mihaylo 2009)
- They are very closely related to the Odocoileus hemionus sitkensis. (Mihaylo 2009)
- Antlers that are shed provide a source of calcium for other organisms in the forest. (Mihaylo 2009)

 - Since they are most active at dawn and dusk the Black Tailed Deer are more prevalent to get hit by cars (Kucera and Mayer 1999)


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