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I once spent fifteen years on the last farm on a dirt road, living two miles from our nearest neighbor, six miles from the nearest paved road, and many mountain miles from the nearest one stop light town. Some of my best friends were the deer who had possession of our seven hundred and fifty acres long before we came upon the scene. Aside from our daily communion with nature and the orphaned baby deer that I hand raised, I made it my business to learn about the deer family. They are an interesting family unit that might hold some surprises for you. One of the things I found interesting is the knowledge that what we call elk, are not really elk and they are a kind of deer. Another surprise is that moose are also deer. The deer belong to a separate family, the Cervidae. They have many things in common with the antelopes which, with the cattle, sheep, and goats, belong to the family Bovidae.
Both the deer and the antelopes are ruminants, or cud-chewers. Both feed on grass, leaves and other vegetation. Both are the principal food of many of the large flesh eating animals, and for protection depend upon their ability to hide and on their fleetness of foot. The greatest difference between the two families is their horns and antlers. The horns of the Bovidae are made of the same materials as their hooves, fingernails, toenails and hair. The horn grows over a bony core which is part of the skull, and is retained throughout life. After death this sheath, or horn, may be easily removed from the core. The old-fashioned powder horn is a cow's horn so removed. In most cases both the male and the female of the Bovidae carry horns, but there are many exceptions to this rule. The "horns" of the deer are called antlers and are true bone.
They are shed and regrown periodically, generally once a year, and are carried by the male only. Caribou and the Reindeer, in which species of the females also carry antlers. The growth of a deer's antlers is one of the wonders of nature. In northern latitudes, either in late fall or early winter, the antlers break off from their pedicles, or sockets, which is full of blood vessels. They are very tender and the animal is very careful not to hurt them. Within these knobs a bony structure forms. This grows rapidly and soon the antler takes shape, still covered with velvet and filled with blood vessels. The antlers of the different kinds of deer vary greatly , and it is often by the type of antler that a deer can be most easily recognized. Therefore, it is important that the different types of antlers be explained and the different parts named.
The main part of the antler, that is, the part extending up from the head, is called the beam. From this beam grow branches. These branches are called prongs, or tines. These tines are all named. The first that comes out over the forehead is the brow-tine. Some deer, such as the European red deer, have all these tines, while others have more simple antlers. The Red deer of western Europe are perhaps the best known deer in the world. Much as been written about the hunting of the stag, as the male of this deer is called. Red deer is still found in many of the forested parts of continental Europe. It is the most common deer found, for example, in Scotland. A large stag will stand as high as four feet at the shoulder. It is reddish brown, grayer on the head and legs. There is a large patch of yellowish white about the tail.