whitetail

[ US /ˈhwaɪˌteɪɫ, ˈhwaɪtˌteɪɫ, ˈwaɪtˌteɪɫ/ ]
[ UK /wˈa‍ɪtte‍ɪl/ ]
NOUN
  1. common North American deer; tail has a white underside
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  • Remember the exclusive photo gallery we posted this fall about the enormous Ohio nontypical whitetail taken by Brian Stephens the opening day of gun season? Hurteau: New Ohio Muzzleloader Record Has Longest Main Beam Ever!
  • The 2 biggest whitetails I have ever seen were feeding near busy highways in Shawnee Mission and olathe KS. Urban Legends
  • If you go to my profile (click my username) and look at photos there is a pic of a Kansas game warden holding a set of B&C whitetail antlers from a buck shot at night with a $2,000 nightscope on a BAR. If your not going to eat it , why would you shoot a animal?
  • Whitetail deer, coyote, red fox, snowshoe hare and raccoon often make appearances.
  • I grew up in hardcore hunting family and have hunted whitetails in WI from the first legal day that I could until now. Wisconsin Senator Demands Firing of State Deer Managers
  • Went out last night, the whitetails that were running in bachelor groups now seem to be running solo, attitude problems must be starting to arise ... The Weekly Rut Report
  • In 1903, at the time of Le Guide's publication, you could walk into Delmonico's Restaurant, in New York City, and order such favorites as diamondback terrapin (a small eastern turtle), whitetail deer, and canvasback duck.
  • Even when they are relatively young, however, whitetails and muleys are much larger than coyotes; their hooves are dangerous, often fatal, to coyotes that overstep predatory bounds.
  • “Do that and a big whitetail will pattern you,” explains Andrae D'Acquisto, coproducer of Whitetail Addictions. What You Need to Hunt Early-Season Bucks
  • We hunt whitetail in the South Texas brush country, but I also want something that is versatile enough for feral hog, nilgai antelope and possibly, one day, elk. My older sons are 13 and 12 and I am ready to buy them their first rifles.
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