Hunting is the pursuit of animals for food, sport, or profit.
CITATION: Thompsell, Angela D. "Hunting." World Book Student. World Book, 2015. Web. 2 Dec. 2015.
by Michael Zwaschka
Call Number: 599.73 ZWA
This new series examines the habits, life cycle, and Native American myths surrounding the indigenous animals of North America. Readers will be drawn to the brilliant full-color photography and simple text, as they are guided through in-depth studies on common and endangered wildlife.
CITATION: Zwaschka, Michael. The white-tailed deer. Mankato, MN: Capstone, 1997. Print.
by Don Laubach; Mark Henckel
Call Number: 799.2 LAU
CITATION: Laubach, Don, and Mark Henckel. Deer Talk : Your Guide to Finding, Calling, and Hunting Mule Deer and Whitetails, with Rifle, Bow or Camera. Gardiner, MT, D. Laubach, 1992.
Deer and Elk
by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent; William Muñoz (Illustrator)
Call Number: 599.65
CITATION: Patent, Dorothy H., and William Munoz. Deer and Elk. New York, Clarion Books, 1994.
For more books about deer, look in the nonfiction section under this call number:
When you see a white-tail deer run, its tail will be raised like a flag. Introduce yourself to the white-tail deer at this web site from the Texas Department of Wildlife. You will find out where this mammal is found and what it likes to eat. Discover what a baby deer is called and how they are able to hide. You can also learn how to tell how old a deer is and see what other animals prey on the deer. See some deer photographs.
CITATION: White-tailed Deer. n.d. Web. 2 December 2015. http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/kids/wild_things/wildlife/whitetailed_deer.phtml.