Definition of Blacktail deer

1. Noun. Mule deer of western Rocky Mountains.




Blacktail Deer Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Blacktail Deer Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Blacktail Deer

blacksmelt
blacksmith
blacksmithies
blacksmithing
blacksmithings
blacksmiths
blacksmithy
blacksnake
blacksnakes
blackspeak
blacksploitation
blackspot
blackspots
blackstrap
blacktail
blacktail deer (current term)
blacktail jackrabbit
blacktail prairie dog
blacktails
blackthorns
blacktip
blacktip shark
blacktips
blacktop
blacktopped
blacktopping
blacktops
blacktress
blacktresses

Literary usage of Blacktail deer

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Works of Theodore Roosevelt by Theodore Roosevelt (1906)
"Throughout its range it is known as the blacktail deer, and it has as good a historic claim to the title as its Pacific coast kinsman, the coast or true ..."

2. Outdoor Pastimes of an American Hunter by Theodore Roosevelt (1908)
"... and Major Pitcher informed me that throughout the winter he had been leaving alfalfa on the parade-grounds, and that numbers of blacktail deer ..."

3. A Hunter's Camp-fires by Edward John House (1909)
"... rolling over and over in struggling to gain its footing, disappeared over a ledge one hundred feet down the BRITISH COLUMBIA BLACKTAIL- DEER HEAD cliffs ..."

4. A Guide to the National Parks of America by Edward Frank Allen (1915)
"The next good camp site is at blacktail deer Creek, 10 miles farther. After leaving Petrified Trees Junction the road climbs a hill 3 miles long, ..."

5. Campbell's New Revised Complete Guide and Descriptive Book of the by Reau Campbell (1909)
"Mountain sheep, whitetail and blacktail deer are increasing in numbers and growing less wild. Mr. McBride, the chief (and the oldest) scout, ..."

6. The Deer Family by Theodore Roosevelt, Theodore Strong Van Dyke, Daniel Giraud Elliot, Andrew Jackson Stone (1902)
"Throughout its range it is known as the blacktail deer, and it has as good a historic claim to the title as its Pacific coast kinsman, the coast or true ..."

7. The Works of Theodore Roosevelt by Theodore Roosevelt (1906)
"Throughout its range it is known as the blacktail deer, and it has as good a historic claim to the title as its Pacific coast kinsman, the coast or true ..."

8. Outdoor Pastimes of an American Hunter by Theodore Roosevelt (1908)
"... and Major Pitcher informed me that throughout the winter he had been leaving alfalfa on the parade-grounds, and that numbers of blacktail deer ..."

9. A Hunter's Camp-fires by Edward John House (1909)
"... rolling over and over in struggling to gain its footing, disappeared over a ledge one hundred feet down the BRITISH COLUMBIA BLACKTAIL- DEER HEAD cliffs ..."

10. A Guide to the National Parks of America by Edward Frank Allen (1915)
"The next good camp site is at blacktail deer Creek, 10 miles farther. After leaving Petrified Trees Junction the road climbs a hill 3 miles long, ..."

11. Campbell's New Revised Complete Guide and Descriptive Book of the by Reau Campbell (1909)
"Mountain sheep, whitetail and blacktail deer are increasing in numbers and growing less wild. Mr. McBride, the chief (and the oldest) scout, ..."

12. The Deer Family by Theodore Roosevelt, Theodore Strong Van Dyke, Daniel Giraud Elliot, Andrew Jackson Stone (1902)
"Throughout its range it is known as the blacktail deer, and it has as good a historic claim to the title as its Pacific coast kinsman, the coast or true ..."

Other Resources Relating to: Blacktail deer

Search for Blacktail deer on Dictionary.com!Search for Blacktail deer on Thesaurus.com!Search for Blacktail deer on Google!Search for Blacktail deer on Wikipedia!

Search