He listened for wolves or foxes, but heard none; he kept his eyes aware for the track of roe-deer or bear, but vainly.
I remember that once, when I was a little boy, I got a roe-deer as a present.
All other animals of the deer kind are inconstant in their amours, but the roe-deer never forsake each other.
He tamed leverets and partridges, and little birds, and hares, and roe-deer.
Wilhelm Bischoff of Munich: works on the history of the development of the rabbit, dog, guinea-pig, roe-deer.
Our objects that day were boar and roe-deer; but presently a partridge was descried sprinting up the rugged screes above.
So they went forth into the wood, and shot hares and roe-deer, birds and wood-pigeons, and any other game they came across.
Possibly the increase of rabbits has tended to reduce the number of roe-deer, by diminishing their food supply.
There are from 60-100 in the cow and sheep, but only about five or six in the roe-deer.
Black game and roe-deer abound in these woods, and may often be observed near the margin of the loch.