Wild Game of the Month

European Mouflon (Ovis aries orientalis)

By Mathew Cervantes, WJ Board of Directors m.cervantes@wildjaeger.com Figure 1 “Photo” a Mouflon Ram and his two Ewes in the wild. Mouflon are the big horn sheep of Europe. Although…

Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus)

Roe Deer (called Reh in German) are the most common deer in Europe. They prefer small clearings in forests. In the non-hunted season, they will appear in meadows in broad daylight,…

White-tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus)

White-tailed deer are the most common deer in the Western Hemisphere with 39 subspecies of this animal known to exist. Native to the United States (all but 5 states), Canada,…

Red Stag (Cervus Elaphus)

Red Stag (Cervus Elaphus) Figure 1 “Photo” A Red Stag in it’s natural environment in Germany. A close cousin of the Wapiti or American Elk, Russian Maral, and Sika. Red…

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