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The deer population across many parts of the United States has been growing consistently for decades. Deer are beautiful four-legged creatures that subsist entirely off of plants and vegetation that they pick off of trees and bushes in the wild. Frequently, when deer are fed in residential areas, it increases the likelihood that they will return to these areas in search of food. Entering into residential neighborhoods can result in deer getting hit by cars or trucks. Deer can cause hundreds of dollars worth of damage to your landscaping and plants. And, since they are present in most of the United States, the chances that you have encountered deer on your property is high, especially if you reside in a wooded area.
If you have noticed damage done to your bushes and shrubs, it is time to call the experts of Trutech in to conduct a deer removal from your property. All of our specialists are licensed to perform humane deer removal services that will alleviate the pain caused by these creatures on your property. If you have spotted a deer carcass near your home, do not worry. Our experts can also take care of that using the necessary precautions and tools.
Do not wait until deer have destroyed your yard to call in a team of experts from Trutech. The sooner you call Trutech, the sooner you can find a solution for all of your dear control needs. Our team loves animals, big or large, and wants to make sure that they do not cause you or your property any harm. So call in our team of experts at Trutech today!
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White-tailed deer are large, hoofed mammals with reddish-brown or grayish-brown coats, white bellies, and white fur under their short tails. In the springtime, male deer, known as bucks, grow a pair of pointed antlers that are used for defense and mating displays. The animals have long snouts tipped with black noses and large ears that help them stay alert for any signs of predators. Baby deer, known as fawns, are camouflaged with white spots to help them blend into the ground, where they lay motionless until their mothers return given any threat.
Favorite foods of white-tailed deer include leaves, stems, and buds of trees and saplings. They also readily eat fruits, vegetables, grains, ornamental plants, and nuts. In winter, they eat the bark from trees if other food sources are scarce.
Instead of living in dense thickets, deer prefer the thin edges of forests and young woodlands with easy access to food. Open agricultural areas interspersed with woodlots, as well as wooded suburban areas, also make excellent habitats for deer. In suburban areas where hunting is banned, deer populations can quickly grow to unsustainable numbers. During winter or in adverse weather, deer seek the shelter of dense vegetation.