Project Noah

Project Noah is a tool to explore and document wildlife and a platform to harness the power of citizen scientists everywhere.

Join Project Noah Today

White-tailed Deer

Odocoileus virginianus


White-tailed deer vary in size across their range with the smallest subspecies living in the south and ranging to animals that on the average are twice that size in the northern part of their range. They are reddish brown in the summer and tend toward gray/brown in the winter. Males are larger than females and have forked antlers that are shed and regrown annually.


Forests, including scrub/thorn forests in the south.

No species ID suggestions

Texas, USA

Lat: 28.23, Long: -96.90

Spotted on Apr 30, 2013
Submitted on Feb 8, 2014


Related spottings

Whitetail Deer Mule deer White-tailed deer White Tailed Deer

Nearby spottings

Whooping Crane Green Treefrog Moorhen Western Slender Glass Lizard