Fallow Deer

Fallow deer are a Eurasian deer scattered throughout parts of Eastern Europe and Asia. Fallow deer coats range in color from red, brown or black and even to white. During certain times of the year there are often white spots along their backs. Their spotted coats can sometimes be mistaken for that of an Axis deer. However, you can't mistake a male fallow's antlers, they are not like other kinds of deer, the fallow deer's antlers are flat and broad.

Fallow Hunting Restrictions: Only males with hard horns (no spikes) may be hunted.

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