CERVIDs

OUTAOUAIS, QC. Canada First snow on a white-tailed deer. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. Canada As night falls in the valley, the flakes fall on the bay, a sudden sound in the woods, the deer rushes to his quarters. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. Canada Winter can sometimes be hard for many species including White-tailed deers. They often end up on the wolfs and coyotes menu but no parts are wasted has the american bald eagles, raven and crows finish the job. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. CA White-tailed deer smelling my presence at the edge of woods during the evening glow ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. Canada A white-tailed deer at nightfall ©André Bhérer

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ESTERN REGION, MB. CA White-tailed deer at dusk ©André Bhérer

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ESTERN REGION, MB. CA White-tailed deer. ©André Bhérer

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ESTERN REGION, MB. CA White-tailed deer at dusk ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. CA Like first ice’s the more frequent rain events during winter makes crossing the frozen water bodies perilous for white-tailed deer. Chased or not by canids, deer are often found on their stomachs with their legs spread on the ice. Unable to get up, sometimes with a back or broken pelvis they become an easy prey or meal for predators. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. CA Mother and calf white-tailed deer crossing a stream. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. CA White-tailed deer crossing a frozen lake. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. CA For many years The Thirty-One Mile lake White-tailed deeryard has been Québec largest after Anticosti Island. It is still today one of the province most important. ©André Bhérer

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NORD-DU-QUÉBEC, QC, CA Mother Moose with her young calf seen from the air. ©André Bhérer

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NORD-DU-QUÉBEC, QC, CA Young bull moose seen from the air. ©André Bhérer

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OUTAOUAIS, QC. CA White-tailed deer winter casualty ©André Bhérer

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