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These hungry caribou foraging in the Tonquin Valley: | 15 Animals Who Love Alberta The Most

These hungry caribou foraging in the Tonquin Valley: | 15 Animals Who Love Alberta The Most

Antlers are bony growths on the heads of more than 60 kinds of deer, including moose, reindeer, caribou, and elk. Antlers grow only on male deer, moose, and elk, who use them ...

Antlers are bony growths on the heads of more than 60 kinds of deer, including moose, reindeer, caribou, and elk. Antlers grow only on male deer, moose, and elk, who use them ...

WILD VENISON: SAFE AND DELICIOUS  Venison is a wonderful choice when looking for healthy red meat. Deer, caribou, elk, and moose meat are lean, low-calorie, and, of course, rich in protein, making them a mouth-watering choice for those who have access to them. For those of you who are fortunate enough to have a hunter in your friend or family circle, lucky you!

WILD VENISON: SAFE AND DELICIOUS Venison is a wonderful choice when looking for healthy red meat. Deer, caribou, elk, and moose meat are lean, low-calorie, and, of course, rich in protein, making them a mouth-watering choice for those who have access to them. For those of you who are fortunate enough to have a hunter in your friend or family circle, lucky you!

Many a curious photographer have been seriously injured by a cow who will vigorously defend and protect her baby moose from danger.

Many a curious photographer have been seriously injured by a cow who will vigorously defend and protect her baby moose from danger.

This introspective elk pondering his own reflection: | 15 Animals Who Love Alberta The Most

15 Animals Who Love Alberta The Most

This introspective elk pondering his own reflection: | 15 Animals Who Love Alberta The Most

The Marsh Deer: Brazil's Native Species in Danger of Extinction ~ The marsh deer (Blastocerus dichotomus) was once found in several South American countries, but is now only found in small areas of Peru, Argentina but mostly in southern Brazil. Fossil remains of marsh deer have been found northern Brazil, Uruguay and Patagonia.

The Marsh Deer: Brazil's Native Species in Danger of Extinction ~ The marsh deer (Blastocerus dichotomus) was once found in several South American countries, but is now only found in small areas of Peru, Argentina but mostly in southern Brazil. Fossil remains of marsh deer have been found northern Brazil, Uruguay and Patagonia.

A craft you can eat! We made these awesome reindeer (caribou) for a children's program right before Christmas. The treats give you a great opportunity to talk to your kids about the amazing deer family of deer, moose, elk and reindeer!     Face-chocolate doughnut   Nose-red MandM Eyes- Frosting (powdered sugar and corn syrup)  Antlers- Pretzels

A craft you can eat! We made these awesome reindeer (caribou) for a children's program right before Christmas. The treats give you a great opportunity to talk to your kids about the amazing deer family of deer, moose, elk and reindeer! Face-chocolate doughnut Nose-red MandM Eyes- Frosting (powdered sugar and corn syrup) Antlers- Pretzels

Fawns with Albino Buck who has just shed his antlers

Fawns with Albino Buck who has just shed his antlers

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