The hag pursued him, moving backward and pulling after her the partly dressed hide of a black-tailed deer.
“black-tailed deer,” I said softly, with my eyes glued on the thicket.
They could be no other than the ‘black-tailed deer’ of the Rocky Mountains—the cervus macrotis described by the naturalist Say.
The hunters brought in two black-tailed deer and one antelope.
Mr. Roosevelt tells us that the greatest number of black-tailed deer he ever killed in one day was three.
After the badger had performed his task, the black-tailed deer was ordered to go up and enlarge the opening by means of his horns.
black-tailed deer passed frequently on the slopes, and now and then Justin came upon the track of a bear.
In the bushes, along the stream in this valley, the black-tailed deer (Cervus macrourus) is abundant.
The black-tailed deer are fine eating; the grass on which they feed in the mountains is said to make the meat tender and sweet.
The black-tailed deer bounded frequently across our path, and the lurking and stealthy coyotes were continually in view.