He was about the size of the European stag or red-deer, and his branching horns were very similar.
Sometimes we go together on the hills after grouse, at other times after red-deer.
What is your private opinion, O'Bronte, of the taste of red-deer blood?
It has even been known to kill the calves of red-deer when very young.
And he had the Bishop's apron framed, and hung it in the parsonage hall, from a red-deer's antlers, with the name and date below.
Two butchers; two keepers of the home-park; two keepers of the red-deer park.
We saw two wolves and some foxes cross the river in the course of the day, and passed many tracks of the moose and red-deer.
Hither the red-deer may come—but not now—for at this season they love the hill.
Roedeer are uncommon, and the wild boar, chamois, red-deer and beaver are extinct; but hares and rabbits abound.
But the red-deer, as many incipient stalkers know to their cost, has a very different amount of perception.