Whitetail Deer Antler Terminology
Whitetail Deer Antler Terminology,
Whitetail Deer Antler Terminology,This is a book about one of nature's most remarkable accomplishments. When deer grow antlers they are actually regenerating anatomically complex appendages something that no other mammal can do.B30 – Bifurcate Blade Reduction Billet antler striking tool used to remove flakes in the process of making stone tools; a clublike rod that is made of 4 Medium Billet usually a whitetailed deer antler and weighs approximately 260 grams.Written by Randall Gilbert, the A TO Z CUIDE TO WHITETAILED DEER AND DEER HUNTING is a comprehensive This book covers every facet of deer and deerhunting terminology. and topics (tips, tactics, behavior, biology, development, anatomy, deer management, the rut, antlers, deer movement, and much more).Deer of.the World tells the fascinating story of how the family Cervidae has evolved over the past 30 million years and how its adaptations have made it one of the most successful mammals in the world today.4 Medium Billet usually a whitetailed deer antler and weighs approximately 260 grams. lt is used on all materials except coarse quartzite, coarse rhyolite, felsite, and common basalt. 5 Medium Light Billet usually a whitetailed deer antler This stunning bookthe first accessible and authoritative guidebook to lichens of the North American continentfills the gap, presenting superb color photographs, descriptions, distribution maps, and keys for identifying the most common, Glossary. antler—one of the large, branching, and bony growths.on a male deer's head blend—to fit in with the surroundings fawn—a baby deer home range—the area in which a deer travels to find food hunt—to find and catch animals for Glossary. antlers—the branched horns on male deer bucks—male deer camouflage—to hide an animal by helping it blend in with the surroundings does—female deer fawns—baby deer herbivores—animals that only eat plants Originally published: New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1942.