Black-tailed Deer feeding on grass, Knight Inlet, Canada

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Black-tailed Deer feeding on grass, Knight Inlet, Canada - Deer
Knight Inlet, British Columbia, Canada (August 2014)

This image was taken on a Tide Rip boat trip out of Telegraph Cove, Vancouver Island to photograph the Grizzly Bears of Knight Inlet.

The Black-tailed Deer is a sub-species (Odocoileus hemionus columbianus) of the Mule Deer seen in the Pacific Northwest. Status is Least Concern. For more information on this species of Deer see:
Mule Deer / Wikipedia
Black-tailed Deer / Wikipedia

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Young Black-tailed Deer resting in grass, Knight Inlet, Canada

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