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Deer gathered on the grassy areas of Berry's campus while the school was closed for winter holidays.
The white-tailed deer is a woodland species. In North America, the species is most common east of the Rocky Mountains, and is absent from much of the western United States, including Nevada, Utah, California, Hawaii, and Alaska. Deer are known as generalists because of their ability to thrive in a wide variety of habitats including forests, woodlots, suburbs, golf courses, extensive agriculture, swamps and coastal marshes.
Spotted on the campus of Berry College in Rome, GA
Spotted on Jan 4, 2014
Submitted on Feb 4, 2014