About Fallow Deer
Fallow Deer are brown with white spots on their backs. The antlers on the males can grow quite large and are flat-tipped. During the fall breeding season, male fallow deer will challenge each other and lock antlers in a show of strength. In the spring, each female will give birth to one fawn. Fawns can walk soon after birth, but for safety, they will stay hidden for several weeks until they are stronger. The males live alone, while the females live in small herds. Fallow deer live in forests, meadows, farmland and wooded areas. They commonly also live in parks, and where they are used to people, they may eat out of a person’s hand.