1. roe deer


    The roe deer is a forest animal like the deer, although its size is much smaller. Its diet is usually characterized by leaves, shoots, bark and other cultivated plants and other plants.

    Its traces can be easily found, due the constructed beds, footprints and broken branches. Every year, on two occasions, the bucks rub their branches in the trees. The first takes place in March / April because, because they try to eliminate a sort of velvet on the stems. The second is in July / August and corresponds to the time of estrus and territoriality of males.


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